Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Adobe Breach: Initial Lessons

Now that we’ve had a little time to absorb the impact of the Adobe breach, there’s a few lessons we can learn already. First, a link for those who have been living in a cave and don’t know what I … Continue reading

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Interesting Things

I work for a very interesting company, culturally speaking. It was originally founded in Buenos Aires, Argentina about 15 years ago. After achieving significant success in their market space, Core moved its headquarters to Boston. However, the majority of the … Continue reading

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Back to Basics …. Again

It appears that the bad guys who exploited Adobe in August, and stole ColdFusion and Adobe (maybe) source code, as well as millions of credit card numbers, used a well known ColdFusion vulnerability. What seems to have happened is that … Continue reading

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Day 3 at CORE

Yet another day of fun at CORE today. Spent the day getting to know the people, figuring out critical strategies, and places where I can start inserting myself to have some immediate impact. Started working on goals for the next … Continue reading

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It’s Day Two

And I am having a blast here at CORE Security! Got to be part of the quarter end yesterday … I think that was really good, making sure I experienced the craziness as everything came down to the last couple … Continue reading

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