Tony posted the groovyHack on his blog over at devprise. Very groovy!
Worried about dropping the soap in the shower? Now you can defend yourself with it! Presenting Soap Knuckles from Spye design. All we need now is a how-to for making these yourself.
Linux 64-bit has a new local root exploit that will allow escalation into unauthorized user access. Unfortunately, once the exploit has occurred on your system it will remain persistent even after being patched.
The new update will fix this issue, so update quick!
Update and more at: https://access.redhat.com/kb/docs/DOC-40265
Has your company “Gone Google”? Are you a google apps system administrator for your company? If yes, good news on the mobile side. Google just updated the security controls on mobile users getting 1 step closer to bridging the gap between it’s mobile policies and that which BlackBerry and Microsoft offer via their Mobile devices. Here’s info from the Blog Post from Google:
Added mobile security policy features:
For years and years I’ve been using the Freeware security Spybot search and destroy.
Although it’s a free product, don’t let that scare you. Spybot does a great job of staying up to date with the latest threats out there, protecting your computer from various spyware / malware and even has some great tools which allow you to change system parameters such as which apps start with windows etc..
All in all, it’s pretty much the defacto standard out there by Security Guru’s and works with almost all Windows Operating Systems. but… to tell ya the honest truth, Windows 7 along with Windows Defender (yes Windows Defender) and Microsoft Security Essentials some may argue you actually don’t need 3rd party security tools but, it’s probably never a bad idea to hedge your bets and use more than 1 company to protect your system…??? Agree? Disagree?? I guess that’s what the comments below are for. 😉