Showing posts from April, 2015

toolsmith: Rapid Assessment of Web Resources (RAWR!)

In memory and honor of Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015):“Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most... human.”
Prerequisites Typically *nix, tested here on Ubuntu & Kali Kali and Ubuntu recommended, virtual machine or physical
Confession, and it shouldn’t be a shocker: I’m a huge military science fiction fan. As such, John Ringo is one of my absolute favorites. I’m in the midst of his Black Tide Rising campaign, specifically Book 2, To Sail a Darkling Sea. As we contemplate this month’s ISSA Journal topic, Security Architecture/Security Management, let’s build a bit on this theme of dark seas as we look out at our probable futures. Keren Elazari (she is speaking at RSA 2015, where you may well be reading this in print), in her April 2015 Scientific American article, How To Survive Cyberwar, states that “in the coming years, cyberattacks will almost certainly intensify, and that is a problem for all of us. Now that everyone is connected in some way to cyber…