Security Triads

Scanning through (way too many) RSS feeds today, I ran into this great article by Marcus Cary in the Rapid 7 Community: “Disclosure, Destruction, and Denial” Even if you don’t consider yourself a security techie, it’s worth taking the time to read. It’ll help you see vulnerabilities from the eyes of your “enemy” and it makes a couple great points about...
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“Krebs’s 3 Basic Rules for Online Safety”

During our blog-silence one of the articles that came through that warrants your attention was “Krebs’s 3 Basic Rules for Online Safety.” You should read the whole post (it’s well worth the time), but it’s three primary bits of safety advice are (quoted from the article): Krebs’s Number One Rule for Staying Safe Online: “If you didn’t go looking for it, don’t install it!”...
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Blog Silence

So…TheSolver.us’ blog has been a bit silent…so, a quick explanation. We (well…”I” since TheSolver.us is just one person now…but it feels weird to say “I” on a company blog)… We were offered a contract writing a mobile ticketing interface for the iPad.  It required leveraging and interacting with technologies we hadn’t used...
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WordPress “Blank Screen of Death”

This morning looked like it was going to be eaten by an unexpected glitch…you can read more about it at our TixxTech Blog. (Probably only of interest if you are a WordPress user…)
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Short Security Round-Up

I meant to pen this post a few days ago, but hopefully better late than never…and it gives me the opportunity to add additional items.  Again, in reverse order… Not really a security exposure…but at least a legal one.  Imagine using functionality provided by a programming platform, only to get threatened with a lawsuit from a patent troll who says your platform’s license...
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