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Come to the Atlanta Linux Fest

If you're involved in Open Source and in the Atlanta area this weekend, you should come to the Atlanta Linux Festival.   Registration is free and you can see me do my presentation on Securing Network Access with Open Source technologies.  This talk will focus on how to let the good guys in using various FOSS technologies.  It looks like a very strong lineup.

Free OpenID service with two-factor authentication

We're pleased to announce the beta release of http://wikid.com, a free OpenID service that uses WiKID for two-factor authentication.  

Why we're sponsoring SecurityBsides during DefCon

WiKID Systems is proud to be a corporate sponsor of BSidesLasVegas this year during DefCon.  I thought I would lay out why we think this is great opportunity:

The Conflicting Incentives at the heart of the Twitter breach

Techcrunch has a detailed post on how Hacker Croll broke into Twitter.  Read the whole article. Here is a summary of the attack:

Securing Google Apps for Your Domain

I think there are two markets for Google Apps for your domain.  One is in education where you want to get the management of student accounts off your shoulders.  The other is real companies that like the web, use the web and want to cloud-source their infrastructure.  Twitter is clearly one of the latter and they recently realized the risks they were taking in doing so

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