Monthly Archives: October 2009

Python 2.6 and 3.0 compatibility

If you will be writing any new programs in the Python programming language then check Lennart Regebro’s presentation[1] and slides[2] on their compatibility issues. It is interesting to see the amount of changes they have made to make the language … Continue reading

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Phone tapping the VoIP way

VoIP stands for Voice over IP (or the Internet). It is a cheap (or free) way of contacting people around the world. The most commonly used online application is Skype. When I came across this article [http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/08/28/skype_trojan_source_code/] I had to … Continue reading

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e-Crime Wales Summit 2009

The e-Crime Wales 2009 Summithttp://www.ecrimewales.com/ held at Llandudno, Wales is over and a number of great speakers attended. Our own Prof. Andrew Blyth presented our findings on the installation of 15 IDS sensors in Welsh SME’s around Wales. Hopefully the … Continue reading

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AccessData Corp Youtube Channel

It seems that towards the end of the summer AccessData Training Team has started to post videos of how to do certain things with FTK 3 on youtube ( http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=AccessDataCorp#g/u ). Of interest : FTK 3 Computer Forensics: Mac Analysis … Continue reading

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