That’s the Christmas break for most of us! Let’s spend some good times with friends and family. That’s also the period when people like to ask to their crystal ball or their favorite mascot what will happen in the coming months. This is not an exercise for me. I don’t
Back from the latest OWASP Belgium Chapter meeting… Two speakers were scheduled tonight: Colin Watson presented the OWASP AppSensor project then Andreas Falkenberg talked about modern attacks against web services like Twitter. A last-minute guest joined us: Josh Corman who spoke about “rugged software“. What’s new at OWASP? First OWASP
2010 is almost over and 2011 is already at our door! In a few days, a lot of us will (try to) detach from the regular business and go back to family and friends to spend good times. It’s time to make some planning, reserve enough off-days and setup my
The blog has been moved to a new hardware. Please report any error or issue! Happy reading!
Like I wrote yesterday, the next Black Hat conference will start in less than 2 days now. The two first days will be dedicated to trainings. The briefings (or talks) are scheduled during the two remaining days. The schedule has been published and it’s now time to make some (difficult)
ixquick.com is a search engine amongst lot of others. But it claims to protect the visitors by keeping no trace of the search queries nor any other sensitive information. More classical search engines do not hesitate to collect and store information about you. They also claim that those data are
The very first version of the UNIX operating system was born in Augustus 1969! Its early name was Multics (“Multiplexed Information and Computing Service“). Years after years new branches started to build a huge family of different operating systems, all of them descending from the same origin. It has always
As you probably see, the blog has been revamped today. I liked the old theme but the fixed width was really annoying. The new look is based on the Atahualpa theme. There are for sure some minor problems to fix in the CSS code but feel free to give your
A reader suggested to not require user registration to post comments on this blog. This could increase the number of comments and the exchange of point of views… As I’m always open to suggestions, let’s test if it’s positive (more comments and no spam of course). Feel free to post
Woooow! Today I reached 1000 posts on my blog! I started “/dev/random” in January 2003. Why? I don’t remember exactly but the name says it: a potpourri of everything coming to my mind but always related to “IT”. Months after months, posts were oriented to my favorite topic: IT security.