Biggest Microsoft Security Lapse in Recent History – Skype’s achilles heel
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Consumerism Microsoft InfoSec Skype
Yet again I come to you with rant, but this time seems like the reason is Microsoft’s huge lapse in basic Skype account security. Probably like mst of you, I have created my Skype account Many years ago.
SteamBurglar Malware – Theft in the Digital Age
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Featured Photo: By Ed Hardie on Unsplash My son started screaming few hours back, scaring us half to death. Apparently he reacted this way to what seemed like a virus infecting his computer, after he ignored all long standing advice from me and clicked on nasty link from another Steam user sent via chat.
Finding Life’s Riches
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Philosophy InfoSec Internet
EDITOR NOTE: Recovered from Draft, so Old but Newish Post! While I walk this Earth like (most) of you, I have set myself a goal of Life Long Learning. Perhaps this is one of the reason I find computers so fascinating, as it is a never ending universe that we are constantly creating.
My Sandbox! (aka: Liability Fiasco)
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Apple Consumerism Mac InfoSec
It is that time again – time to decide how much credit we should allot to our users, versus how much we should “protect the user from him/her self”. Ah, the eternal dilemma – but wait, Apple to the rescue?
Cyber Terrorists have Won
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Antivirus Consumerism InfoSec Technology Windows
It is becoming increasingly clear to me that Cyber Terrorism has won. It has all of us running scared, increasingly not trusting our own PCs, we are afraid to visit even secure bank web sites, and overall don’t trust the Internet.