Category Archives: Security Sites and Blogs

There are a lot of experts in security out there. What they write is often dry as a bone. But there are a few sites that stay on top of the events, and express themselves in ways that us mere mortals can comprehend.

Bruce Schneier –  He wrote the books, he writes the newsletters, he has the blog. Top of the list for a reason. The link is to his monthly CryptoGram…subscribe now.

Hagai Bar-el – Information Security Specialist whose websites focus on security engineering and on managing innovation processes. Good source for definitions. There is also a blog and RSS feed.

Handbook of Applied Cryptology – All Chapters are free for the download. Get them off the cloud now.

Patch Your Apache Now; Don’t REST

Doing what open source does best, a patch has been released for an Apache vulnerability for those using a very popular REST interface iteration. Quickly, efficiently, patched…except, you have to update/upgrade and restart the service.

So, get to it. Don’t believe me, read this article: Patch Released for Critical Apache Struts Bug | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

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Patch Your Apache Now; Don’t REST

Doing what open source does best, a patch has been released for an Apache vulnerability for those using a very popular REST interface iteration. Quickly, efficiently, patched…except, you have to update/upgrade and restart the service.

So, get to it. Don’t believe me, read this article: Patch Released for Critical Apache Struts Bug | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

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Read more