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  • Stop using Microsoft's IE browser until bug is fixed, US warns

    04/28/2014 1:52:29 PM PDT · by dayglored · 56 replies
    Cnet ^ | Apr 28, 2014 | Seth Rosenblatt
    In a rare move that highlights the severity of the security hole in one of the Web's most popular browsers, the Homeland Security Department's Computer Emergency Readiness Team says to stop using Internet Explorer until Microsoft can fix it. Security firm FireEye said that it is currently being used to attack financial and defense organizations in the US via Internet Explorer 9, 10, and 11. Those versions of the browser run on Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8, although the exploit is present in Internet Explorer 6 and above.
  • Oath Keepers is Going “Operational” by Forming Special “Civilization Preservation” Teams

    10/05/2013 12:40:54 PM PDT · by Perseverando · 58 replies
    Oath Keepers ^ | October, 01, 2013
    Oath Keepers is instructing its 30,000 members nation-wide to form up special teams and sub-teams in each Oath Keepers chapter, at the town and county level, modeled loosely on the Special Forces “A Team” (Operational Detachment A ) model, and for a similar purpose: to be both a potential operational unit for community security and support during crisis, but also, as mission #1, to serve as training and leadership cadre, to assist in organizing neighborhood watches, organizing veterans halls to provide community civil defense, forming County Sheriff Posses, strengthening existing CERT, volunteer fire, search-and-rescue, reserve deputy systems, etc., and...
  • Why Tulsa Today went dark (Obama Birth Cert Story Overloads Servers)

    11/27/2008 10:03:35 PM PST · by Maelstorm · 138 replies · 5,286+ views
    http://www.tulsatoday.com ^ | Thursday, 27 November 2008 | By David Arnett
    Monday morning Tulsa Today posted an analysis by veteran New York journalist and the recipient of seven Long Island Press Awards, Joan Swirsky, titled, “The Great Birth Certificate Scandal/Cover-Up of ‘08” questioning the missing Barack Obama birth certificate and his eligibility to serve as President of the United States. ImageTwo hours and 10,000 page views later, our local Internet Service Provider and domain hosting service, Tulsa Connect locked us off the Internet. This action was taken without warning or formal notice, but after several telephone conversations the picture became clear. Our agreement with Tulsa Connect was for “shared hosting” service....
  • CERT Recommends anything but IE (Internet Explorer)

    06/30/2004 5:50:46 AM PDT · by stainlessbanner · 60 replies · 391+ views
    Register ^ | 28 June 2004 | John Oates
    US CERT (the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team), is advising people to ditch Internet Explorer and use a different browser after the latest security vulnerability in the software was exposed. A statement on the CERT site said: "There are a number of significant vulnerabilities in technologies relating to the IE domain/zone security model, the DHTML object model, MIME type determination, and ActiveX. It is possible to reduce exposure to these vulnerabilities by using a different web browser, especially when browsing untrusted sites." CERT otherwise recommends users to set security settings to high and disable JavaScriptMalicious code, dubbed variously as "Scob"...
  • CERT recommends anything but IE (Internet Explorer)

    06/30/2004 12:05:01 PM PDT · by D-fendr · 99 replies · 398+ views
    The Register ^ | June 28, 2004 | John Oates
    US CERT (the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team), is advising people to ditch Internet Explorer and use a different browser after the latest security vulnerability in the software was exposed. A statement on the CERT site said: "There are a number of significant vulnerabilities in technologies relating to the IE domain/zone security model, the DHTML object model, MIME type determination, and ActiveX. It is possible to reduce exposure to these vulnerabilities by using a different web browser, especially when browsing untrusted sites." CERT otherwise recommends users to set security settings to high and disable JavaScript Malicious code, dubbed variously as...
  • IIS 5 Web Server Compromises

    06/25/2004 1:53:54 PM PDT · by familyop · 64 replies · 1,585+ views
    US-CERT ^ | 24JUN04 | US Government, Cert
    IIS 5 Web Server Compromisesadded June 24 US-CERT is aware of new activity affecting compromised web sites running Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS) 5 and possibly end-user systems that visit these sites. Compromised sites are appending JavaScript to the bottom of web pages. When executed, this JavaScript attempts to access a file hosted on another server. This file may contain malicious code that can affect the end-user's system. US-CERT is investigating the origin of the IIS 5 compromises and the impact of the code that is downloaded to end-user systems.Web server administrators running IIS 5 should verify that there is...
  • Are You Ready For A Blackout In Your Area? (Vanity - Poll)

    08/15/2003 9:38:34 AM PDT · by SLB · 190 replies · 299+ views
    Aug 15, 03 | SLB
    How many FReepers feel they would be ready for a blackout right NOW? What do you do that makes you feel like you are or are not? How about personal safety.
  • New Breed of Trojan Raises Security Concerns (IMMINENT CYBER ATTACK)

    06/17/2003 6:47:22 PM PDT · by Nexus · 164 replies · 420+ views
    www.eweek.com ^ | June 13, 2003 | Dennis Fisher
    <p>Security researchers believe they have identified a new breed of Trojan horse that is infecting machines on the Internet, possibly in preparation for a larger coordinated attack.</p> <p>However, experts have been unable to pin down many of the details of the program's behavior and are unsure how many machines might be compromised by the Trojan.</p>
  • CERT: Security flaw in Sun library could affect Kerberos

    08/07/2002 3:16:45 PM PDT · by oc-flyfish · 12 replies · 233+ views
    ComputerWorld.com ^ | Sam Costello
    A security hole in the XDR Library provided to a number of vendors by Sun Microsystems Inc. could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on an affected system or cause a denial of service, according to an advisory from the CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC). The flaw also affects the widely used Kerberos authentication software that allows users to securely log on to remote systems. The vulnerability exists in XDR (External Data Representation) libraries derived from SunRPC (remote procedure call) used in products from Sun, as well as from Apple Computer Inc., IBM and a number of Linux and Unix...
  • US v Emerson: Petition for Cert in the US SC DENIED

    07/23/2002 5:50:10 PM PDT · by 45Auto · 18 replies · 443+ views
    The Supreme Court of the United States ^ | 10 June 2002 | court staff
    Status: DECIDED Timothy Joe Emerson, Petitioner v. United States Docketed: United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit March 5, 2002 (99-10331) ~~~~~~~Proceedings and Orders~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Feb 28 2002 Petition for writ of certiorari and motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis filed. (Response due May 6, 2002) Mar 28 2002 Order extending time to file response to petition until May 6, 2002. May 6 2002 Brief of respondent United States in opposition filed. ay 22 2002 DISTRIBUTED for Conference of June 6, 2002 Jun 10 2002 Petition DENIED.
  • Survival in an Insecure World

    04/17/2002 3:36:31 AM PDT · by pt17 · 2 replies · 179+ views
    Scientific American ^ | W. WAYT GIBBS
    ........... Survival in an Insecure World To defeat cyberterrorists, computer systems must be designed to work around sabotage. David A. Fisher's new programming language will help do just that Image: STEVE MELLON DAVID A. FISHER: PROGRAMMING PIONEER Ten years ago, hiked the entire Appalachian Trail in 180 days. First job: programming multiprocessor mainframes in 1965 at Burroughs. "We'll never see another plane hijacked and crashed into a building, because passengers now will sacrifice themselves if necessary to thwart it. That's an example of an emergent algorithm that contributes to survivability." As one of the primary lines of defense against...