Google Launches Online Security & Malware Blog


Another to add to your list and your RSS feedreader, Google Online Security Blog.

Google Security Blog

Online security is an important topic for Google, our users, and anyone who uses the Internet. The related issues are complex and dynamic and we’ve been looking for a way to foster discussion on the topic and keep users informed. Thus, we’ve started this blog where we hope to periodically provide updates on recent trends, interesting findings, and efforts related to online security. Among the issues we’ll tackle is malware, which is the subject of our inaugural post.

You can find the RSS feed here:

Google Online Security Blog Feed

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Latest Posts:


Nipe - Make Tor Default Gateway For Network Nipe – Make Tor Default Gateway For Network
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Mosca - Manual Static Analysis Tool To Find Bugs Mosca – Manual Static Analysis Tool To Find Bugs
Mosca is a manual static analysis tool written in C designed to find bugs in the code before it is compiled, much like a grep unix command.
Slurp - Amazon AWS S3 Bucket Enumerator Slurp – Amazon AWS S3 Bucket Enumerator
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US Government Cyber Security Still Inadequate US Government Cyber Security Still Inadequate
Surprise, surprise, surprise - an internal audit of the US Government cyber security situation has uncovered widespread weaknesses, legacy systems and poor adoption of cyber controls and tooling.
BloodHound - Hacking Active Directory Trust Relationships BloodHound – Hacking Active Directory Trust Relationships
BloodHound is for hacking active directory trust relationships and it uses graph theory to reveal the hidden and often unintended relationships within an AD environment.
SecLists - Usernames, passwords, URLs, sensitive data patterns, fuzzing payloads, web shells SecLists – Usernames, passwords, URLs, sensitive data patterns, fuzzing payloads, web shells
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3 Responses to Google Launches Online Security & Malware Blog

  1. Darksat SEO May 24, 2007 at 9:31 pm #

    Im just wondering has google really much of an interest in marketing security information.
    Im not sure I can see how they would make money from this.
    But they are fairly good at what they do so I think this one would be worth keeping an eye on.

  2. Martin McKeay May 30, 2007 at 8:41 pm #

    The Google Security Blog has been active for two weeks, but there’s only two posts so far. They’ll need to be a lot more productive than that to gather a loyal readership. As the new Cobia Product Evangelist, I understand how being responsible for a corporate blog can lead to stage fright from recent, personal experience. I’m just now getting over it myself.

    I hope the folks at Google start writing more. They’ve got some good people there.

    Martin

  3. Darknet May 31, 2007 at 4:00 am #

    I agree, they have some great people so I hope they put them to good use and post more frequently. I’d like to see how Google is combating malware and what their engineers think of things in general. I hope they don’t stick to Google only matters and use their expertise to discuss a broader range of topics.

    Good luck with Cobia Martin.