Daily links for 04/21/2011
- "You may be familiar with the Emerging Threats project. They have a few Snort rules files related to known web application vulnerabilities and attacks: * emerging-web_server.rules * emerging-web_specific_apps.rules"
- "In a statement issued on Friday, Oracle announced that it intends to discontinue commercial development of the OpenOffice.org (OOo) office suite. The move comes several months after key members of the OOo community and a number of major corporate contributors forked OOo to create a vendor-neutral alternative."
- "It was a long but wonderful day! I woke up very early to catch my train from Brussels to London and arrived just in time. The room was already full of security guys, some well known faces and new ones. Let’s grab some coffee, some muffins and my bag full of goodies. Ready for the talks! The venue is nice, there is a good Wi-Fi coverage."
- "Being a property owner can be a massive headache. You end up spending thousands to protect what's yours – securing doors, windows, and every other feasible point of entry. Yet all a criminal needs is one shot – a misplaced key, say – and he is in."