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Well it’s been a year or so since I last mused about security and it’s still

Driven by the people element. End users still have the the keys to the kingdom and malware and phishing have clearly marked them for targeting.  The Standard number of targeted phishings at my employer is well over 20 a month.  The human element is still opening email from “DEAD cousin NED”  and we apparently all […]

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Check Point aims for 1Tbps firewall | Security – InfoWorld

  Over on the post “Check Point aims for 1Tbps firewall | Security – InfoWorld” contains this text: AUGUST 02, 2011 Check Point aims for 1Tbps firewall Among the company’s latest hardware offerings is a chassis that will grow to support 1Tbps throughput By Tim Greene | Network World Print|Add a comment Check Point Software […]

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Symantec scraps RSA tokens – Web/client – SC Magazine Australia – Secure Business Intelligence

  Over on the post “Symantec scraps RSA tokens – Web/client – SC Magazine Australia – Secure Business Intelligence” contains this text: “Symantec scraps RSA tokens By Darren Pauli on Jul 8, 2011 2:16 PM Filed under Web/client Managed Security Services? customers “encouraged” to dump RSA. inShare Comment Now and 3 Reactions Symantec has begun […]

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what happens when airlines merge…or why no ones cares once they get your cash

So the story goes something like this. bout airplane tickest a while ago…..great priceDay before try to get 2 seats together  online at check in…. That did not happen, normal not a big deal.but this time the wife is in a walking boot for her ankle and the kid always flys next to the wife. […]

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Facebook spam prevention scam spreading like wildfire • The Register

  Over on the post “Facebook spam prevention scam spreading like wildfire • The Register” contains this text: Facebook spam prevention scam spreading like wildfire Alert Print Post comment Retweet Facebook Social media worm d’jour By John Leyden • Get more from this author Posted in Spam, 12th May 2011 10:22 GMT Free whitepaper – BitDefender […]

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The Spot Connect sends location data when there’s no wireless available

  Over on the post “The Spot Connect sends location data when there’s no wireless available” contains this text: The Spot Connect sends location data when there’s no wireless available By Mark Gibbs, Network World May 11, 2011 09:56 AM ET Comment Print Do you need to boldly go where you haven’t gone before and […]

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What LastPass security issue means for RoboForm (Q&A) | Security – CNET News

  Over on the post “What LastPass security issue means for RoboForm (Q&A) | Security – CNET News” contains this text: MAY 11, 2011 6:33 AM PDT What LastPass security issue means for RoboForm (Q&A) by Lance Whitney Print E-mail 8 comments Share After LastPass reported a possible security breach and potential theft of some […]

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Enterprise Security Today | EC2 Outage Takes Out Multiple Sites, Including Foursquare

  Over on the post “Enterprise Security Today | EC2 Outage Takes Out Multiple Sites, Including Foursquare” contains this text: “EC2 Outage Takes Out Multiple Sites, Including Foursquare By Barry Levine April 21, 2011 1:54PM Foursquare and other web sites were affected by problems at Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud data center. Amazon said additional capacity […]

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iSpy Conspiracy: Break Apple’s Secret Tracking with This App

  Over on the post “iSpy Conspiracy: Break Apple’s Secret Tracking with This App” contains this text: “iSpy Conspiracy: Break Apple’s Secret Tracking with This App   Sam Biddle — Not entirely cool with the idea of your iPhone or iPad following your every move without your consent? Understandable! Luckily, only a day after the […]

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Facebook’s two-factor authentication announcement raises questions | Naked Security

  Over on the post “Facebook’s two-factor authentication announcement raises questions | Naked Security” contains this text: “cebook’s two-factor authentication announcement raises questions Hi there! If you’re new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates. X   by Graham Cluley on April 21, 2011 | Comments (8) FILED UNDER: Data […]

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