General • Buffer Overflow
• Cryptography • Security Dimensions • Bioterrorism Defense
The CERT® Coordination Center
(CERT/CC), operated by Carnegie Mellon University. CERT's mission
includes Internet security vulnerabilities, computer security
incidents, security alerts, researching long-term changes in networked
systems, and developing information and training to help you improve
security at your site.
Computer Incident Advisory
Capability at the US Department of Energy. This site posts security
advisories, virus and hoax information, and security tools.
Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) is a coalition of
more than 100 computer security incident response teams from
government, commercial, and academic organizations.
Computer Security Research Center (CSRC) at the National Institute of
Standards and Technology.
Security Links: www.twurled-world.com/SecTraining/cover.htm
aggregated web of URLs linking to US government efforts to improve its
computer security expertise.
McGraw and J. Viega, Make your software behave: Learning the basics
of buffer overflows, IBM Developer Works Series:
also Preventing Buffer Overflows at
Frykholm, Countermeasures against Buffer Overflow Attacks, RSA Tech
Software Security Tool, Cigital Corp.,
et al, Cyclone, A Safe Dialect of C, Cornell and ATT Research, http://www.research.att.com/projects/cyclone/
Forrest, Somayaji, Intrusion Detection Using Sequences of System
Cryptography Info Series from
on the Internet
and resource list
Telecom Glossary 2000: A comprehensive
set of references for further information.
SANS Institute: Information Security
News: On-line information security news service
Magazine: The largest circulation information security
to Bioterrorism Defense
Center for Disease Control: Emergeny
Preparedness and Response of Agents, Diseases, and Other Threats
NewScientist.com: Bioterrorism and Bioweapons Special Report