December 30


Security Catalyst #10 – (Windows WMF Exploit, SONY Settles, Year in Review)

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On This Episode
The Windows WMF “Zero-Day Exploit”
We quickly explain the concepts behind “zero-day” attacks and exploits and the describe the current problem, as well as immediate steps you should take to protect yourself and your organization.

Here are some links with detailed information you can use to help protect yourself:
F-Secure Weblog
Workaround, Protections Emerge for WMF Exploit
Vulnerability in Graphics Rendering Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution – MICROSOFT
US-CERT: Vulnerability Note VU#181038

The Proposed SONY-BMG Settlement
The proposed settlement for CONSUMERS is interesting – and we take a look at the impact this may have to the long-term health of SONY-BMG, as well as what it may mean as a trend for corporate accountability.

2005 in Review – and what to do with this knowledge!
Rather than just recap some of the top trends, we go a bit deeper and look at what it means for those of us in the trenches – and what we might be doing about it next year. Even though some of the trends are negative, the results I found to be quite promising — especially as we look forward to an exciting and productive 2006.

Have a safe and Happy New Year!


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