Month: August 2009

  • Concert Review: Cat Power & Juliette Lewis

    [This was originally published on attrition.org.] I’m back from seeing Cat Power and Juliette Lewis in concert. They were both opening acts for The Pretenders, but I skipped the main act. They performed at the Denver Botanical Gardens Chatfield location, in the open air amphitheater. Stock photo: While a nice picture, it doesn’t fully show the […]

  • Reporting terrorism, affect your credit? (we’re doomed)

    Right as I am about to wind down for the night, ISN rolls in, filling the inbox of most people before they wake. One of the last articles caught my attention and I read the first few paragraphs. Sandia to boot behemoth botnet This article (full GCN article) was disturbing to say the least. A couple of […]

  • Reporting terrorism, affect your credit? (we’re doomed)

    [This was originally published on attrition.org.] Right as I am about to wind down for the night, ISN rolls in, filling the inbox of most people before they wake. One of the last articles caught my attention and I read the first few paragraphs. Sandia to boot behemoth botnet This article (full GCN article) was disturbing to […]

  • VDB Relationships (Hugs and Bugs!)

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Like any circle in any industry, having good professional relationships can be valuable to involved parties. In the world of security, more specifically Vulnerability Databases (VDBs), the relationships we maintain benefit the community behind the scenes. Like ogres and onions, there are layers. Someone from CVE and […]