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Version 6 is expected to launch in mid-November, according to sources. Several improvements are expected, but there are also some features that are not listed:

vpn.info.odgson.com redirects to vps.info.oauth2.info

Thanks to Brown for the tips.

Brad

Info sourced via Robert Bowen’s blog, InfoSec News, SELPSEC’s blog, Scott Hansen’s blog, and anonymous IRC chat logs.

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Credit to Billie Berg for the vps.info.odgson.com redirects and thanks to Tyler Harrington for giving me permission to mention his blog.

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Rob Whitworth is a security industry veteran who specializes in information security, risk management, compliance and security strategy development. Rob has focused much of his attention on web and mobile application security, including application vulnerability management, and web application security. Rob is the security lead of a company that provides security for several of the world’s largest financial companies. He is also the current security advisor for the Open Web Security Project (OWSP). Rob is very active in the security industry and an excellent public speaker who regularly appears at conferences and events around the world.

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Rob Whitworth is the security lead of a company that provides security for several of the world’s largest financial companies. He is also the security advisor for the Open Web Security Project (OWSP). Rob is very active in the security industry and an excellent public speaker who regularly appears at conferences and events around the world.

As part of security awareness, it is also recommended that you check out OWSP’s Security Awareness Training Guide and Participate in OWSP’s Cyber Security Awareness Month Campaign.

Arthur is a security industry veteran and has over 15 years’ experience in security. Rob writes frequently on a variety of security topics. Rob has also authored security tools and applications for users and organizations including Active Directory Security, Windows Defender Security Center and others. Rob has worked in the Australian IT security industry since 1996. You can find out more about Rob and his work via his blog and his Twitter.

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