Month: February 2007

Do These Things Even Matter Anymore?

The “things” I’m talking about are vulnerabilities in AIX’s r-commands and Solaris’ telnet daemon. In case you missed them you can read details here: IBM AIX r-commands buffer overflow vulnerability, a brief writeup by CA. This is vulnerability CVE-2007-0670, by the way. Solaris Telnet 0day […]

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45,187,200

After many months of arduous labor by various folks here at Arbor, I’m pleased to bring you ATLAS, which is short-form for the Active Threat Level Analysis System. It’s been a long road, but our baby can finally walk! ATLAS is a multi-phase project, the […]

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Free Online AV Scanners

Someone was asking about this list, and I pulled up a more complete list than the Yahoo! “Online Virus Scanners” directory entry. Note that this list is just offered up as links, I do not endorse any of these specifically, nor do I encourage you […]

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