Regional Computer Crime Education and Enforcement Group

RCCEEG StL is an organization of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and computer professionals in the St. Louis area and surrounding counties; dedicated to providing manpower, technical and legal assistance in computer crime education and investigation. Because of the technical complexities associated with computer-related crimes and evidence, and limitations of personnel and training, the RCCEEG was formed.

St. Charles County Cyber Crime Task Force

The St. Charles County Cyber Crime Task Force serves St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren,Pike, Marion, Ralls Counties, and all their municipalities. It is staffed by personnel from the St. Charles County Police Department, Franklin County Sheriff's Department, Lincoln County Sheriff's Department and the Police Departments of O'Fallon, St. Peters, Wentzville, St. Charles City, and St. Louis City.

The Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

The Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (MOICAC), as one of 61 Task Force Units funded by the United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, serves criminal justice agencies and citizens of Missouri by offering investigative, forensic and prevention training and resources in an effort to fight online child exploitation. Click to go to thier website.

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Krebs on Security

In-depth security news and investigation

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CERT Recently Published Vulnerability Notes

NetNanny uses a shared private key and root Certificate Authority(CA),making systems broadly vulnerable to HTTPS spoofing.
Author: CERT
Posted: 04-20-15
HP Network Automation versions 9.0x,9.1x,9.2x,and 10.x contain multiple vulnerabilities affecting the administrative web interface.
Author: CERT
Posted: 04-17-15
SearchBlox versions 8.1.x and below contain multiple vulnerabilities.
Author: CERT
Posted: 04-14-15
The Blue Coat Malware Analysis appliance is vulnerable to cross-site scripting(XSS)and information disclosure.
Author: CERT
Posted: 04-14-15
Software running on Microsoft Windows that utilizes HTTP requests can be forwarded to a file://protocol on a malicious server,which causes Windows to automatically attempt authentication via SMB to the malicious server in some circumstances. The encrypted form of the user's credentials are then logged on the malicious server. This vulnerability is alternatively known as"Redirect to SMB".
Author: CERT
Posted: 04-13-15