Showing posts with label ITB. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ITB. Show all posts

Monday, April 05, 2010

ITB 0x1 is out!

Don has posted the new ITB, issue 0x1!

This issue has an article on plist files, and a write-up on Don's review of the Super Drivelock. Also, Chris has provided some insights into PCI data breach investigations and Richard Harmon's release of his poorcase tool.

Shoutz to Don for putting the work into putting this together! It's a lot of work getting articles, and getting them together. This is a community-based newsletter, and NEEDS input from the community! So, if there's something you'd like to write about, or something you'd like to see discussed, drop Don a line.

Also, Bret and Ovie released their latest podcast this weekend...great job, guys!

Friday, January 01, 2010

First post of 2010

For my first post of 2010, I'm pleased to announce that the first edition of the IntoTheBoxes newsletter is out! Check it out!

I have to say that Don did a great job of putting this together! I'm not a layout editor by any stretch of the imagination, and Don (of SecRipcord and Scout Sniper fame) has done a great job of putting this all together.

I also want to thank everyone who's contributed to this issue, as well as those who's contributions will appear in subsequent issues, for their time and effort in providing an article. Our hope is that we can provide quality, hands-on, practical information that has some use or interest to as many in the field as possible.

As a close-out to 2009, Richard Bejtlich ranked WFA 2/e as one of the three best books he read in 2009! Thanks, Richard...that's high praise, indeed! That sort of establishes a tradition, as WFA 1/e was ranked #3 in 2007!

I wish everyone the best in 2010!