Sophos Endpoint Security Eval Thoughts

This week I began a evaluation of Sophos Endpoint security. (why do I get the feeling all over the country sales guys just perked up and began repeating “sales lead” to themselves). Currently we’re using Symantec Antivirus 10. I’m looking to consolidate antivirus, antispyware and the personal firewall into one product. We also want more …

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Shmoocon 2008 Day 2

Here are some notes from Shmoocon day 2. Today was a return to the traditional Build It, Break It, and Bring it on tracks. Here are some notes/summaries from the sessions I attended. It was another fun day. Active 802.11 Fingerprinting, Bratus, Cornelius and Peebles How can you identify if an access point is legitimate …

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JAVA 1.6 Update 4

SANS blogged about the latest JAVA 1.6 Update 4 release back on January12th. Brian Krebs today wrote a piece in his Washington Post blog Security Fix. I admit it. I have no idea whether or not this update is critical. SANS seemed to say ‘you might want to do this soon.’ Brian said ‘it contains …

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Packaging the Cisco VPN Client Part 2

Last week I wrote in a semi-literate fashionabout my difficulties in packaging the Cisco VPN client. This week I continued trying to package the CiscoVPN client. The problems continued this week. During the install of 5.0.01.0600 neither the profile or the rootcert were imported. I was able to fix the profile import issue. It turns …

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Packaging the Cisco VPN Client

For some reason the Cisco VPN client was available in both an Installshield package and a msi package. It became time to upgrade recently so I reluctantly re-entered the realm of Cisco software. This is something truly to be feared. The installshield version is rather easy to install and brand, although it appears to be …

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