Nimda disassembly, and news.

For a good summary on nimda, see this page at incidents.org. Also, according to a message to the incidents and focus-virus mailing lists at SecurityFocus, a disassembly of the beast is under way.

For a good summary on nimda, see this page at incidents.org. Also, according to a message to the incidents and focus-virus mailing lists at SecurityFocus, a disassembly of the beast is under way.

New bug in PGP?

It seems someone from the netherlands has found a new bug in PGP. Apparently, details are to appear later today here.

It seems someone from the netherlands has found a new bug in PGP. Apparently, details are to appear later today here.

Honeynet Project: Results from July/August, and a new Scan of theMonth.

Lance Spitzner of the Honeynet Project writes: The Honenet Project is excited to announce the results to July/August’s Scan of the Month. The challenge was to analyze one month’s worth of firewall and IDS logs captured in the wild. We have also re…

Lance Spitzner of the Honeynet Project writes: The Honenet Project is excited to announce the results to July/August’s Scan of the Month. The challenge was to analyze one month’s worth of firewall and IDS logs captured in the wild. We have also released September’s Scan of the Month. This month’s challenge is to analyze a Snort binary capture and determine the attacker’s tactics.

NAIS publishes final report

On August 31, the NGO & Academic ICANN Study project has published its final report. They propose models for user participation in ICANN which are somewhat different from the ALSC’s ideas.

On August 31, the NGO & Academic ICANN Study project has published its final report. They propose models for user participation in ICANN which are somewhat different from the ALSC’s ideas.