Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 27 Mar 10:
- Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information – Can you still trust your network card ? –
The talk explained how an attacker could be able to exploit a flaw to run arbitrary code inside some network controllers (NICs). The attack uses routable packets delivered to the victim’s NIC. Consequently, multiple attacks can be conducted including: Man in The Middle attacks on network connections, access to cryptographic keys on the host platform, or malware injection on the victim’s computer host platform
While exploit works on computers, I wonder how much microcode is used on commercial firewalls. Especially software based firewalls like Checkpoint. Anyone have more info ?
- Cisco Catalyst 2960-S FlexStack: Description, Usage, and Best Practices [Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches] – Cisco Systems – Technical marketing. Can't live without it.
- St. Clair Software Blog » Blog Archive » Accessing Your Recent and Favorite Folders in LaunchBar –
There’s a really handy way of including your recent and favorite folders from Default Folder X in LaunchBar’s index. After doing this, you can instantly access those folders from the keyboard using LaunchBar.
Provided you have Default Folder and Launchbar – awesomely useful integration tip
- Merging Packet Captures – Packet Life – This is an awesome tip from Jeremy on merging multiple captures into a single file.