Monthly Archives: January 2012

pcAnywhere = dataEverywhere?

Security software giant Symantec admits source code for several of their security offerings as well as pcAnywhere were stolen from their network in 2006. Symantec initially claimed the loss was through a 3rd party. This is now coming to light … Continue reading

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Would a twitter by any other name tweet as sweet?

What do the following have in common? ttwitter.com twitterr.com twwitter.com twutter.com twiitter.com twiter.com twittter.com youtude.com youttube.com Yotube.com yutube.com Youube.com They are all typos for popular websites; in this case Twitter and YouTube. These are special because they are fraudulent sites … Continue reading

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Security Security

You’re returning from a business trip abroad and when coming through customs here in the States someone from Homeland Security says, “I’d like to look through your computer to see if you have information about terrorists, drug smugglers, and other … Continue reading

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