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Southeast Linux Fest review

The Southeast Linux Fest was a great show.  The organizers did a fantastic job. They were quite adept at hacking some fixes together to cover shortfalls such as writing up schedule signs for each room. 

Article on CSO: Two-factor authentication through Windows Server 2008 Net Policy Server

CSO Online has published a tutorial we wrote on Adding Two-factor Authentication through Windows Server 2009 Network Policy Server.

Secure internet access from security conferences

Have you ever been on the Wall of Sheep at a security conference?  Do you go without Internet to avoid the same? Well no more (at least for RSA/BsidesSF).

Security Missteps Made in the Name of Compliance

In the Five Security Missteps made in the Name of Compliance, Bill Brenner lists "How to Botch Multi-factor Authentication" first.  The point is that if you open holes for users that have forgotten their hardware tokens, you have circumvented your own security, eliminating the value of two-factor authentication.

Sourceforge interview

The fine folks at Sourceforge have a nice blog post about us.  It's nice to get some support from the open source community!

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