• Screencasts: On-screen demonstrations of security tools

    SearchSecurity.com's screencast series allows top experts to demonstrate popular information security tools and techniques, including UTM configuration, Google hacking, and Snort IDS use.

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  • Ira Winker: Does recent hacktivism news justify enterprise hacktivism defense?

    Information security expert Ira Winkler discusses hacktivism news, in the wake of Anonymous and LulzSec, and justifies why enterprise hacktivism defense isn't needed.

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  • How Windows servers get hacked

    Server hacking usually isn't as complex as it sounds. Knowing how easily an attacker can hack into your system can provide you with the tools to protect your servers ahead of time.

    Kevin Beaver17,220 pointsBadges:
  • Storage area network (SAN) hacking

    SAN hacking translates into network insecurity and lost or corrupted data. Get to know SAN threats as outlined in this excerpt from "Securing Storage: A Practical Guide to SAN and NAS Security."

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  • New hacking technique exploits common programming error

    Researchers at Watchfire Inc. say they discovered a new technique that exploits a common dangling pointer error.

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  • Top 5 Hacker Tools: Google hacker, password cracker, WLAN detector

    Read about five must-have hacker tools: WikTo, a Web scanner and Google hacking tool; Paros Proxy, a Web application manipulation proxy; Cain and Abel, a password sniffer/cracker; Winfingerprint, a Windows configuration harvester; and Wellenreiter, a passive WLAN detector. Get a feel for their...

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  • Use Russian hackers to demand better security

    The hijack of 1.2 billion passwords got the world's attention this week. CIOs struggling to enforce security should take advantage of it, says one expert. Also in Searchlight: Walgreens CFO is replaced and its CIO takes on two IT shops.

    Fran Sales925 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking For Dummies: Chapter 7 — Passwords

    In his latest book, "Hacking For Dummies," Kevin Beaver takes the reader into the mindset of a hacker in order to help admins fend off vulnerabilities and attacks.

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  • How to avoid brand hacking and ensure enterprise social media security

    Enterprise social media has revolutionized how businesses communicate with consumers. However, it has also made brand hacking an even larger concern.

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  • Step-by-step guide: Laptop hacking

    Laptops with sensitive data are getting stolen every day. Contributor Kevin Beaver says the best way to secure your laptops is to understand how they will be attacked. He provides the basic attack methods and a set of contingencies in this step-by-step guide.

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