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Syria drops offline, again

arstechnica.com
At about 2:45 Eastern time (18:45 UTC), Internet traffic in and out of Syria came to a sudden stop, as routers stopped propagating routes to the country's block of Internet Protocol addresses. The suddenness and completeness of the disconnection is indicative of another government-directed shutdown—the first since a two-day...
Syria drops offline, again

Ed Skoudis of SANS on the Vulnerability of DNS

www.readwriteweb.com
One of the more embarrassing revelations from last week's RSA Security conference in San Francisco was that bigger businesses take longer to discover security breaches. The DNSchanger Trojan, which was in the wild in 2009 and whose proprietors were busted last November, is still leaving damage behind in government systems...
Ed Skoudis of SANS on the Vulnerability of DNS
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