Archive for September, 2011

  Firefox 7 isn't just about speed, there's also a long list of security patches. Surprisingly, a fix for the SSL BEAST attack is not one of them. Mozilla is patching it's Firefox Web browser for at least 10 vulnerabilities, seven of which are rated as being "critical." Firefox 7 was released on Tuesday offering […]

SSL is a critically important part of Internet security and it has come under increasing scrutiny in recent months. Last Friday, a pair of security researchers demonstrated a new attack called SSL BEAST at the ekoparty security conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Researchers Thai Duong and Juliano Rizzo leveraged weaknesses in cypher block chaining (CBC) […]

Enigma – Return to innocence (Kalami Mix)

Posted: 16th September 2011 by Babar Shafiq in Music
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  A great song to help you find ur innerself Enigma – Return to innocence (Kalami Mix)

Alizée – I’m Fed Up

Posted: 15th September 2011 by Babar Shafiq in Music
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Alizée – I'm Fed Up (English Version of "Jen ai marre" French) I'm fed up! Bubbles and water Legs up for hours My goldfish is under me To bathe for hours Makes my mouth water I'm "foamely" ecstatic It's not a problem I lazy 'round Bubbly and stubborn I lazy 'round Melon and water Is […]

uTorrent web servers compromised

Posted: 15th September 2011 by Babar Shafiq in Security, System Administration
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If you are a torrent lover like me then you need to read this. Unfortunately, a day before yesterday (13th September, 2011) uTorrent’s (tiny and very stable torrent client) web servers were compromised by a hacker. This happened at 4:20am PST, and uTorrent’s web server team didn’t take the hacked server offline until 6am PST. […]

  Comodo is one of the largest SSL and Code Signing Certificate provider, some Comodo certificates were hacked earlier this year and now ComodoHacker  claimed hacking DigiNotar a Dutch Code Signing/SSL provider company. Meanwhile, the fallout from the hack continues. DigiNotar has, in effect, lost its status as a trusted root certificate authority. Its certificates […]