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AusCERT Web Log: The AusCERT web log is where our staff have the opportunity to informally discuss current activity and interesting developments in the area information security.

Member Newsletters: Complete archive of news letters distributed to AusCERT members

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Further Information
 denotes AusCERT member only content. Quarterly Trend Report June 2013 - Read about the latest information security trends and emerging e-security issues in the AusCERT Quarterly Trend Report. (12/07/2013)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Quarterly Trend Report March 2013 - Read about the latest information security trends and emerging e-security issues in the AusCERT Quarterly Trend Report. (22/04/2013)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Quarterly Trend Report December 2012 - Read about the latest information security trends and emerging e-security issues in the AusCERT Quarterly Trend Report. (21/12/2012)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. AusCERT paper: DSD's Strategies to Mitigate Targeted Cyber Intrusions - Read AusCERT's paper on DSD's Strategies to Mitigate Targeted Cyber Intrusions (07/12/2012)

AusCERT Incident Response Metrics October 2012 - AusCERT has released its incident metrics up to 31 October 2012 (07/11/2012)

AusCERT Incident Response Metrics 2012 - AusCERT has released its incident metrics up to 30 September 2012 (05/10/2012)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Quarterly Trend Report September 2012 - Read about the latest information security trends and emerging e-security issues in the AusCERT Quarterly Trend Report. (28/09/2012)

AusCERT Vulnerability Disclosure Policy - This policy is about responsible vulnerability disclosure. The policy outlines how AusCERT will handle the disclosure of new information about computer software or hardware vulnerabilities that have been reported to AusCERT and which are not yet in the public domain. (19/09/2012)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Quarterly Trend Report June 2012 - Read about the latest information security trends and emerging e-security issues in the AusCERT Quarterly Trend Report. (19/07/2012)

AusCERT incident response metrics - AusCERT has released its proactive incident response metrics for the past two years. (22/12/2010)

Sabotage of a specific process, in a specific plant -- the Stuxnet goal - (27/09/2010)

Iran confirms Stuxnet affected PCs used in nuclear power plant - (27/09/2010)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Flash flooding - Smattering of vuls. (24/09/2010)

Compromised Account Details and Logging FAQ - An overview of how the malware logging process works and the answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions. (16/08/2010)

Australian House of Representatives cybercrime report released - (22/06/2010)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Microsoft discovers rootkit causing blue screen after Windows XP patch - Microsoft have released a blog regarding the MS10-015 patch and blue screen issues on Windows XP - the result of a malware rootkit. (17/02/2010)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Week in Review - Busy MS patch week! (11/02/2010)

Senate Select Committee enquiry into the National Broadband Network - (29/11/2009)

Australian Paliament House of Representatives' cybercrime enquiry - (29/11/2009)

The risks borne by one are shared by all - web site compromises - (11/11/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Vulnerabilities Galore! - It has been a busy week for security analysts and system administrators alike with vulnerabilities being detected in numerous packages and operating systems. (07/08/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. America's 10 most wanted botnets - America's 10 most wanted botnets, ranked by size and strength. (24/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Adobe Flash Player vulnerability - There is a critical vulnerability in current versions of Adobe Flash Player that could result in an attacker taking control of an affected system. (23/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Queensland Police 'wardriving' - Queensland Police are planning a 'wardriving' campaign to educate citizens to secure their wireless networks. (22/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Download....complete! - A busy little week. (17/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Independence Day attacks not so serious - Attack on US and Sth. Korean Govt web sites "was minor", but proves that mirroring remains the best defence against DDoS (16/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. MyDoom returns. - DDoS attacks using recycled malware. (10/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Grab the new Firefox! - Firefox 3.5 released. (03/07/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Phishing for browsers - Browsers beware! (19/06/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Skeleton DDoS Mitigation Procedure - This is a skeleton procedure for mitigating a DDoS attack. (04/03/2009)

Choosing good passwords - Choosing a good password is a trade off between something that is difficult to guess versus something that is easy to remember. This article provides some simple rules of thumb on choosing good passwords (and good password policies). (21/01/2009)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Browser Bugs Galore! - A busy week for security professionals everywhere as multiple vulnerabilities are identified in web browsers everywhere! (18/12/2008)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Google Chrome - How shiny is it? - Google has today released the first public beta of their new web browser, known as Google Chrome, as an alternative to other popular browsers. Chrome introduces a number of new and innovative features, but with these new features come some potential security concerns. (03/09/2008)

 denotes AusCERT member only content. Malicious Flash Sites Taking Over the Clipboard - Through the use of a standard flash function attackers are attempting to lead viewers to malicious sites. (03/09/2008)

Submission to the e-security review - (29/08/2008)


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