(IN)SECURE Magazine Issue 26 released

(IN)SECURE Magazine is a freely available digital security magazine
discussing some of the hottest information security topics.

Issue 26 has just been released. Download it from:

The covered topics include:

– PCI: Security’s lowest common denominator
– Analyzing Flash-based RIA components and discovering vulnerabilities
– Logs: Can we finally tame the beast?
– Launch arbitrary code from Excel in a restricted environment
– Placing the burden on the bot
– Data breach risks and privacy compliance: The expanding role of the IT security professional
– Authenticating Linux users against Microsoft Active Directory
– Hacking under the radar
– Photos: Infosecurity Europe 2010
– Securing the office in your pocket
– iPhone backup, encryption and forensics
– The growing problem of cyber bullying
– Secure collaboration: Managing the inside threat posed by trusted outsiders
– SMS spamming
– A new scalable approach to data tokenization



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(IN)SECURE Magazine is supporting the following industry events:

SOURCE Barcelona 2010
Barcelona, Spain, 21-22 September 2010.
Use discount code SOURCEHN10 to get 15% off your ticket price.

Brucon 2010
Brussels, Belgium. 24-25 September 2010.

InfoSecurity Russia 2010
Moscow, Russia. 17-19 November 2010.

RSA Conference Europe 2010
London, United Kingdom. 12-14 October 2010.


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– For information on contributing to (IN)SECURE Magazine, please contact Chief Editor Mirko Zorz at editor( at )insecuremag.com
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