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Performing a web application penetration test is not voodoo magic, but rather an exercise in knowledge, prioritization, and efficiency. During years of hard work penetration testers hone their methodology and develop efficient ways of applying their ...
Blog Entry by vince_kornacki | 19 Feb 2013 | 2 comments
I need a solution Hi All, I am trying to import one of the partner public key but it is not getting imported. I am not getting any error just import command runs and nothing ...
Forum Discussion by hemendralodhi | 15 Feb 2013 | 1 comment
I need a solution We have been using PGP Command Line 10.2 with HP-UX B.11.23 U ia64.  We installed it about 6 months ago and this is the first and only version we have used.  The ...
Forum Discussion by markpgp | 14 Feb 2013 | 1 comment
Information Technology is radically changing. We can wrap it in terms and buzzwords like cloud, mobility, BYOD, Web 3.0, but the reality is both the sum of and more complex than the names we give it. IT is no longer in the hands of the professionals. ...
Blog Entry by PaulTobia | 12 Feb 2013 | 0 comments
I need a solution We received a public key which was created with BCPG v1.41 from a client. When attempting to import this Public Key to PGP Command Line 9.5.2 at a Sun Solaris server, ...
Forum Discussion by Jean Yang | 11 Feb 2013 | 4 comments
In part 1 of this series, we looked at three possible signs you may have been the victim of an APT and how to detect and defend against these activities:  1)Gaps in System and Security Logs; 2) Unexplained Changes in System Configurations; and 3) ...
Blog Entry by franklin-witter | 07 Feb 2013 | 0 comments
Symantec security response has posted a write-up about a new Android threat, Android.Claco (also known as SuperClean) that poses new challenges to security teams in a world of BYOD.  You can read about the threat here: ...
Blog Entry by uuallan | 05 Feb 2013 | 1 comment
In part 1 of this series, we looked at three possible signs you may have been the victim of an APT and how to detect and defend against these activities:  1)Gaps in System and Security Logs; 2) Unexplained Changes in System Configurations; and 3) ...
Blog Entry by franklin-witter | 05 Feb 2013 | 0 comments
InfoWorld recently ran an interesting article discussing 5 signs that indicate you might be the victim of an Advanced Persistent Threat ( ...
Blog Entry by franklin-witter | 01 Feb 2013 | 1 comment
I need a solution Hi all, I'm desperate for a solution for this mystery. Background:- 1)Server Windows Server 2003 SP2 2)PGP 9.9 command   Problem: We ...
Forum Discussion by dchui | 01 Feb 2013 | 0 comments