Tag Archive: Security

Mar 16

Microsoft EMET 5.2 Now Available!

  Microsoft Security Research and Defense blog posts that Microsoft EMET 5.2 is now available! Following is the list of the main changes and improvements: Control Flow Guard: EMET’s native DLLs have been compiled with Control Flow Guard (CFG). CFG is a new feature introduced in Visual Studio 2015 (and supported by Windows 8.1 and …

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Aug 27

Installing Kali Linux on Windows 8 Hyper-V

Installing Kali Linux on Windows 8 Hyper-V (Windows 8.1 includes improvements to the Hyper-V platform) Installing Hyper-V: Requirement: Windows 8 Pro or Windows 8 Enterprise which include Client Hyper-V. Requirement: Your computer processor must support virtualization technology (VT), though most processors in the past 5 years support VT (pretty much all Intel i-series processors, i3, …

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Jul 11

Real-Time World Hack Map

This is an incredible map of the world that shows real-time network attacks. The animation makes it look like something out of the movie, “WarGames.” Most impressive. http://map.ipviking.com/?_ga=1.106938115.1477390587.1388686673#  

Jun 12

New APT Approaches

The Trend Micro Security Intelligence Blog has an interesting article on how hackers are using legitimate tools as part of APT attacks.   In our 2013 predictions, we noted how malware would only gradually evolve without much in the way of significant change. This can be seen in the use of some (otherwise legitimate) hacking tools …

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May 22

Microsoft TechEd 2014 Sessions Posted

One of the toughest parts of being in the IT field is staying up to date with technology trends, directions, and products. I have found that free-to-view online content is a great way to do this. Microsoft has TechEd sessions posted going back to 2008: 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Here are some …

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