iDEFENSE released a couple of new tools that help find vulnerabilities. Filefuzz for Windows and SpikeFuzz for Linux are both format fuzzing tools that can be used to look for problematic areas in file formats. The tools let you change files bit by bit and then launch the file's associated application to see if it raises an exception. You can download them both at iDEFENSE's Web site .
Whether you’re on Windows Server 2003 and eyeing the impending end of support, or your Active Directory is running a newer version of Windows Server, there is a ton of new functionality available as you migrate to Windows Server 2012 R2. Join Brian Desmond for 3 technical sessions that will walk you through all the new Active Directory features in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.