FYI…tomorrow morning at 2 AM here in the United States of America it will be time to “fall back” from DST. One more hour of sleep and then it’s weeks of trying to get the body’s timeclock to readjust.
So as you get ready to find all the clocks you need to manually adjust (don’t forget the vehicles!), here is some linkage to distract you from that task. Please note I’ve also sprinkled in some networking items as well to keep you on your toes!
- Wireshark 1.10.3 and 1.8.11 Released - Wireshark website
- Wireshark - Official site Download
- Reviewing Wireshark's Capture Pane (by Tony Fortunato) - LoveMyTool blog
- Using PowerShell to Automate Tracing - MessageAnalyzer blog
- Nmap cheat sheet - HelpNet Security blog - From the notice:
- Counter Hack founder and SANS instructor Ed Skoudis and his team created a helpful cheat sheet for Nmap, which includes notable scripts of the Nmap Scripting Engine, script categories, instructions for scan types, probing options, and more.
- How A Wireless Issue Looks Like a Wired Issue (by Tony Fortunato) - LoveMyTool blog
- NAFT: The Movie - Didier Stevens
- New utility to quickly set the DNS servers of your Internet connection - QuickSetDNS utility from Nir Sofer's workbench.
- On getting Pineappled at Web Directions South - Troy Hunt’s blog
- Disassembling the privacy implications of LinkedIn Intro - Troy Hunt’s blog
- Command-line Forensics of hacked PHP.net - NETRESEC Blog
- iOS apps can be hijacked to show fraudulent content and intercept data - Ars Technica
- Your iPhone knows where you’ve been, puts it on a map - Chron.com’s TechBlog
- What's New in the Prefetch for Windows 8?? - Invoke-IR blog
- Re-Introducing the Vulnerability Search - Journey Into Incident Response blog
- Links - Windows Incident Response blog
- Incident Response Teams are the New (Security) Black - Speaking of Security - The RSA Blog and Podcast
- Red Alert: 10 Computer Security Blogs You Should Follow Today - MakeUseOf blog
- New Security Intelligence Report, new data, new perspectives - Microsoft Malware Protection Center blog
- Meet “badBIOS,” the mysterious Mac and PC malware that jumps airgaps - Ars Technica
- Hacking a Reporter: Writing Malware For Fun and Profit (Part 1 of 3) - SpiderLabs Anterior
- Treasure Hunting with FTK, EnCase, and SQLite Databases - Computer & Digital Forensics at Champlain blog
- Add the CAINE ISO to your E2B drive - RMPrepUSB, Easy2Boot and USB booting