Tag Archives: The Register

Oops, They Did it Again! New Vulnerability Discovered in Just-Patched Java

Did you update your Java Plug-in with the Update 7 after the critical vulnerability discovered last week? You’d better wait!... Read More

September 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part II)

Here it is the second part of my traditional monthly Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I available here). From an information Security Perspective the main events of this month were the infamous Diginotar breach which led to Bankrupt for the Dutch Company and also the BEAST attack to SSL, two events which, together, thumbed the Infosec Community in its stomach.... Read More

September 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I)

So here it is, also for this month, the first part of My Cyber Attacks Timeline covering the first half of September.... Read More

Is It Time for DNSSEC?

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="DNSSEC in European Country Code Top Level Domains (green=deployed, yellow=planning to deploy) Source RIPE NCC"][/caption]

The media are in a frenzy today, reporting a wave of attacks against popular websites such as Daily Telegraph, The Register, UPS, Acer, Vodafone.com and others. All the attacks utilized the same method (DNS Hijacking) and have been carried on by the same Turkish Group: Turkguvenligi.... Read More