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  • Blog Post: BlueHat Security Forum: Buenos Aires Edition--Shipping!

    Handle: Silver Surfer IRL: Mike Reavey Rank: Director, MSRC Likes: Warm weather, Battlestar Galactica, and responsibly reported vulnerabilities Dislikes: Rain, Rain without end, Clouds with potential for rain, reality TV, and unpatched vulns I’m here at the second edition of the...
  • Blog Post: Making Sense of the Random & Mining For Gold

    As the newest member to the EcoStrat Team, I guess I will start with the basics. I am Adrian Stone. I have now been in the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) almost four years. My current job you ask? I work to make sense of the random and controlled chaos that is the MSRC. If my team and I do...
  • Blog Post: Snowpacalypse Now (I love the smell of briefings in the morning)

    Handle: Avatar IRL: Karl Hanmore Rank: Senior Security Strategist (aka Sergeant Grunt) Likes: Getting the job done, bringing the fight to the bad guys, good single malt whiskey Dislikes: Cowards, talkers not doers, red tape, humidity Handle: Mando Picker IRL: Dustin Childs ...
  • Blog Post: Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure: Bringing Balance to the Force

    Today on the MSRC blog, Matt Thomlinson, General Manager of Trustworthy Computing Security, announced our new philosophy on Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure. I wanted to provide some context and history on how this came about. This post is about changing the way we at Microsoft talk about some familiar...
  • Blog Post: Strengthening the Security Cooperation Program

    Handle: Cap'n Steve IRL: Steve Adegbite Rank: Senior Security Program Manager Lead Likes: Reverse Engineering an obscene amount of code and ripping it up on a snowboard Dislikes: Not much but if you hear me growl…run G'day Mate! I have always wanted to say that. I am here at the...
  • Blog Post: Does Microsoft Change My Automatic Updates Settings?

    Handle: Jman IRL: Jerry Bryant Rank: Group Manager, Response Communications Likes: Quad lattes, geek toys, responsible disclosure Dislikes: Tomatoes, slow drivers (frontgaters) As a follow on to the WGA and Security Updates post by Dustin Childs , I wanted to address another common...
  • Blog Post: What is SCPcert?

    Handle: Zot IRL: Zot O'Connor Rank: Program Manager 2 Likes: Taking on the enemy with partners, Automating processes, good scotch and bourbon Dislikes: Poor reporting, FUD, miscreants, dangling participles Well it’s been a busy week at GOVCERT.NL Symposium 2008. I thank the wonderful...
  • Blog Post: Chills and Thrills at FIRST

    Sveika! Hey Steve here, been a while since I posted on the EcoStrat blog. With all the security events that happened during the latter half of 2008, I have been very focused on working with the security update releases and Microsoft Active Protections Program ( MAPP ). Handle: Cap'n Steve ...
  • Blog Post: Who Gets It and Who Doesn’t? (Windows Genuine Advantage and Security Updates)

    Handle: Mando Picker IRL: Dustin Childs Rank: Security Program Manager Likes: Protecting customers, working with security researchers, second Tuesdays, bourbon, mandolins Dislikes: Using "It's hard" as an excuse, quitting when it gets tough, banjos One of the things I get to do in the...
  • Blog Post: G’day mate, howsitgoing?

    Handle: Avatar IRL: Karl Hanmore Rank: Senior Security Strategist (aka Sergeant Grunt) Likes: Getting the job done, bringing the fight to the bad guys, good single malt whiskey Dislikes: Cowards, talkers not doers, red tape, humidity G’day, or should I say howdy, y’all. As...
  • Blog Post: The year-end review – well, sort of :)

    Handle: Cap'n Steve IRL: Steve Adegbite Rank: Senior Security Program Manager Lead Likes: Reverse Engineering an obscene amount of code and ripping it up on a snowboard Dislikes: Not much but if you hear me growl…run Hey! It’s that time of year again for all of us to pack up...
  • Blog Post: Something Old, Something New, True Blue

    This year marks the tenth BlueHat at Microsoft, and my sixth round in participating in the event that has been so instrumental in keeping Microsoft developers and executives in touch with the pulse of security research outside Microsoft, and serves as one of the key crossroads for the exchange of ideas...