"Here at the VRT, we have been adding support for more platforms and operating systems for shared object rules in the VRT Certified rule packs. Recently we started work on building shared object rules for Snort under OpenBSD. We ran into problems. After careful investigation, I have found the cause of the problem and can now present a fix for it. The following has been successfully tested under OpenBSD 4.8 on the amd64 platform."
"Today's a company holiday (odd, but ok), so I figured what better way to start the New Year than to see if my Commodore 64 still works? I bought it in mid-1986, so it's almost 25 years old, and it's been over seven years since I posted My C-64 Rides Again. Since then the monitor I used with my C-64 died, but my dad shipped me his old RBG monitor."
"Yesterday I made a tweet stating that pen testing and pen testers are obsolete. Here's what I mean by that. Originally, pen testing was a simulation of what real attackers would do. Then it became more about validating vuln scan/assessment results. Now its essentially about compliance check boxing. (PCI)"
"Watson, IBM's Jeopardy!-playing supercomputer, is going to make a massively parallel impact on an unsuspecting world in February, when the powerful Q&A machine goes up against the two greatest Jeopardy! champions of all time, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter, on national television."
"In it’s bid to be the dominant platform in the emerging Smart City market, IBM has announced a partnership with Eduardo Paes, the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, to build a “Single City Operations Center” that would allow the mayor to monitor, command, & forecast critical events across the city. "