It’s that time of the week again: the time where we take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to. You can take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to but if you can’t get enough of the local security scene, check out our NovaInfosec Twits listfor even more great security blogs and people to follow on Twitter.
As always feel free to check out what local security bloggers have been up to and also be sure to follow myself (@nathiet), @grecs, and @novainfosec on Twitter if you want to know more about what’s going on in the local security community during the week. Without further ado … here are the top picks for this week.
#3 -2011 Reading List: Need something to read in 2012? look no further than here as there is a comprehensive reading list and recommendations.
#2 -Is Android Really Secure Enough for the DoD?: Pentagon officials have approved the use of Android in addition to BlackBerry to meet their mobile computing needs. Our very own @grecs looks at if it is secure enough enough for the DoD and why it was chosen here
#1 – (UAC) User Assisted Compromise: This post explains how the “Ask” post module works “This module very simply uses the ShellExecute windows function viaRailgun with the undocumented (but very well known) operator of ‘runas’.” Click here to find if “users are generally as smart as bait”