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September 10, 2010  3:56 PM

DLL hole also affects EXE files



Posted by: Troy Tate
exploit, hacking, information security, infosec, risk analysis, threat, vulnerability

According to a Heise Media report, the DLL binary planting vulnerability is not just limited to DLL files but affects EXE files. The example given: An HTML file is saved along with a copy of a file called EXPLORE.EXE. The HTML file is opened and has a URI link embedded with the address file://....

March 17, 2010  8:59 PM

National Research Council Announces Cyberdeterrence Scholarship



Posted by: Troy Tate
cyberattack, cybersecurity, cyberterrorism, cyberthreats, information security, infosec awareness, risk, risk management, security awareness, threat

This is a very interesting call for papers (CFP). The questions of interest section raises some significant security concerns. Maybe you watched some of the US national cybersecurity drill in February. If not, check out my previous blog posting


January 21, 2010  9:57 PM

Google Aurora attack focused on IE6 – does anybody do autoupdates anymore?



Posted by: Troy Tate
attack, Aurora, fixes, Internet Explorer, malicious software, malware, Microsoft, patch, patch management, threat, update, vulnerability

Maybe you have heard about the recent


September 14, 2009  1:49 PM

Microsoft does not patch vulnerability for supported version of Windows



Posted by: Troy Tate
information security, Microsoft, Microsoft support, patches, risk, risk management, support, tcp, tcp-ip, tcp/ip, threat, vulnerability, Windows, windows 2000

Last week was the September issue of Microsoft "patch Tuesday". The September 2009 Microsoft Security Bulletin lists a number of vulnerabilities. Microsoft held the


August 24, 2009  8:33 PM

Red alert – automated SHIELDS Up – malware becomes smarter!



Posted by: Troy Tate
bot, command and control, information security, malware, malware research, threat, vulnerability

If you haven't recently kept up to date on the malware front, a recent article at DarkReading may come as a surprise to you. ALERT: Malware has become intelligent!


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