Breakfast. Image credit: Andreza Pinheiro.
I've always been told that skipping breakfast is unhealthy. So, I found the article from StrongLifts.com below to be eye-opening.
The newly-refreshed 2010 Ford Fusion was just named MotorTrend's Car Of The Year for 2010. Not a bad choice in our opinion as Ford's got the most money to spend on marketing. Also, the car's damn good.
(Via Jalopnik: Top.)
A laptop reliability study conducted by Squaretrade reveals most reliable laptop manufactures. The sample size was from over 30,000 devices over a 3 year lifetime. No big surprises here as the cheaper bargain laptops and netbooks round out the highest failure rates and the more expensive systems last longer. The linked PDF is full of pretty graphs which is always a win.
Of personal importance is my current laptop manufacturer of choice the Macbook Pro's ranking in the study.
The Metasploit Framework 3.3 was released today (Tue, Nov 17th.)
Tons of bug fixes and more exploits for us to
play pentest with!
(via SANS Internet Storm Center.)
I'm not claiming to be an expert on how Macromedia / Adobe Flash is bolted together nor it's security architecture, however adding an API to allow any website to stream HD video to directly to the video card sounds like a terrible idea on the level of badness equal to ActiveX. Makes you wonder what the QA cycle for video card drivers is like.
Luckily, Adobe has only announced support of
this new reason to keep all us security folks employed HD Video Acceleration for Microsoft operating systems at this time.
(Feature announcement via Lifehacker.)
Oh, and here's some performance benchmarks from anandtech
Google's Chrome OS project, first announced in July, will become available for download within a week, we've heard from a reliable source. Google previously said to expect an early version of the OS in the fall.
(Via Linux.com :: Features.)
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Broken Authentication and Session Management
- Insecure Direct Object References
- Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
- Security Misconfiguration
- Failure to Restrict URL Access
- Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards
- Insecure Cryptographic Storage
- Insufficient Transport Layer Protection