Archive for January, 2009

what we’re reading, week of 1/26

Posted: 29th January 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Zero Day… GPU-Accelerated Wi-Fi password cracking goes mainstream With GPU-Accelerated password recovery attacks, WiFi networks are even more vulnerable. Can all this be avoided with user education and strong VPN policies? From StillSecure, After all these Years… Yearning for the good old days of NAC Alan states worm outbreaks are not a valid reason for […]

what we're reading, week of 1/26

Posted: 29th January 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Zero Day… GPU-Accelerated Wi-Fi password cracking goes mainstream With GPU-Accelerated password recovery attacks, WiFi networks are even more vulnerable. Can all this be avoided with user education and strong VPN policies? From StillSecure, After all these Years… Yearning for the good old days of NAC Alan states worm outbreaks are not a valid reason for […]

Data Privacy Day

Posted: 28th January 2009 by VPN Haus in Posts

According to Intel, today is Data Privacy Day. From their website: Designed to raise awareness and generate discussion about data privacy practices and rights, Data Privacy Day activities in the United States have included privacy professionals, corporations, government officials, and representatives, academics, and students across the country. One of the primary goals of Data Privacy […]

what we’re reading, week of 1/19

Posted: 22nd January 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the Blogosphere… Heartland Payment Systems issued a statement Wednesday that intruders hacked into its computers that was used to process 100 million payment card transactions per month for 175,000 merchants. Security experts are saying this hack may be bigger than the 2007 TJX hack. As expected, bloggers are weighing in. We highlighted the […]

what we're reading, week of 1/19

Posted: 22nd January 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the Blogosphere… Heartland Payment Systems issued a statement Wednesday that intruders hacked into its computers that was used to process 100 million payment card transactions per month for 175,000 merchants. Security experts are saying this hack may be bigger than the 2007 TJX hack. As expected, bloggers are weighing in. We highlighted the […]