Category: Software Development

AV, how cam’st thou in this pickle?

While I’ve seen and heard random spatterings about why AV isn’t effective, or analyst reports from the likes of Yankee declaring “AV is Dead”, there’s been very little qualitative or quantitative study on precisely why. Well, beyond the endless flurry of new malware families and […]

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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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A Letter to Larry & Sergey

Dear Larry & Sergey, What up, ‘fellas? Thanks for swinging through my house party last weekend. I’m glad to see you’re still able to hang UMich style 🙂 Oh, and before I forget, Halle says thanks for the wicked “Kid ‘n Play”-style break-dancing you two […]

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Battling the Stupid-Bit

The Evil Bit! I’ve been thinking about RFC-3514 often over the last few quarters; that and what should be its cousin: the Stupid-Bit. I know you’re shaking your head now – poor CTO…too much time in the sales/marketing dunk tank. I’m serious, though. Not that […]

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Say NO to RFPs!

I don’t know who dislikes RFPs more: vendors who have to answer them or customers who have to create them and then read all the responses. There aren’t too many things that waste more time than RFPs. I understand the original premise of these: they […]

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Vulnerability Complexities

Dave Goldsmith had a great post earlier today which I would like to point out to anyone who hasn’t read it yet. With comments like, “I’m quite positive that when this vulnerability reached Sun Microsystems, someone’s head exploded”, I found his commentary very amusing. Even […]

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