Microsoft System Integrity Team blog: Protecting BitLocker from cold boot and direct memory access attacks Ed Felten’s research team uncovered the cold boot attack, which can be used to recover encrypted information from RAM in the clear. This is Microsoft’s explanation of how to protect BitLocker users from the threat as an administrator, by enforcing PINs or USB tokens.http://blogs.msdn.com/si_team/archive/2008/02/25/protecting-bitLocker-from-cold-attacks-and-other-threats.aspxConfiguring AD to backup BitLocker recovery keyshttp://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=67438BitLocker keys should be backed up so that they can be recovered in the event of a lost key or damaged storage media. This article explains how it’s done.
Adobe Security Update:
Adobe Reader Remote Heap Memory Corruption: