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Last Updated on 13 Nov. 2014, Total: 153 Blog Posts

  1. Phishing scam aimed at Facebook users

    A fake social media application aimed at Facebook users enticed users to enter their login credentials to gain access to the fake security app which promotes the security of their Facebook accounts and prevent them from being hacked. Users are reminded to never provide personal information such as, login credentials to unknown and unverified pop-up pages/screens, third-party apps, email requests,... Read More

  2. Windows Live Mesh will be retired on February 13

    After February 13, users of Windows Live Mesh would not be able to perform remote desktop and peer-to-peer activities. "Mesh synced storage" or "SkyDrive synced storage," will no longer be available through Mesh or devices.live.com, but copies of files on the local computer will remain unaffected. Microsoft recommends users to save all their cloud-based files to their local computers. However,... Read More

  3. “Smart defense” approach

    Here are some rules of thumb for Strategic Cyber Warning that were extracted form a paper prepared by the Smarter Alliance Initiative which is a partnership between the Atlantic Council and IBM. The key points are: Strategic disruptive effects are incredibly difficult, far harder than are usually thought. No known attacks have been both widespread and persistent enough to have... Read More

  4. Cyber Security in the UK!

    According to Nick Hopkinson, the former head of GCHG and CESG, UK is lagging behind the US, Germany and France in its ability to respond to cyber-attacks. This is due to a "lack of cohesion" between the various organizations set up to work towards the national cyber security strategy. But according to UK's Cabinet Office one year after the Strategy... Read More

  5. Latest TMG and UAG tech feeds

    Microsoft Forefront UAG - Configuring Forefront UAG as a DirectAccess Server (Part 2) In this article the author explains how to configure Forefront UAG as a DirectAccess Server. Comprehensive Overview of Web and Server Publishing Rules in TMG 2010 (Part 10) In this article we take a look at the details of the Server Publishing Rule we created and find... Read More

  6. Last chance to sign up to the Spear Phishing: The Cost of Damages and How to Create the ROI Case for Bolstering your Defenses webinar!

    Spear phishing has quickly evolved into one of the dangerous forms of spam. Phishing emails, designed to steal passwords, banking info, and other sensitive information, have become very common and very costly. Many IT and Security professionals know they need to bolster their defenses but are having trouble justifying new investments internally with a good ROI case. Join Michael Osterman... Read More

  7. Cyber Warfare - electronic pulse cannon

    Scientists are a step closer to developing a weapon that could change modern warfare with its potential to target cyber terrorists and disable enemy nuclear facilities by blowing up their computer systems. Read more here - http://news.sky.com/story/1019596/cyber-warfare-missile-can-cripple-computers... Read More

  8. Greenpeace's Guide to Greener Electronics

    This 18th edition of Greenpeace's Guide to Greener Electronics evaluates leading consumer electronics companies based on their commitment and progress in three environmental criteria: Energy and Climate, Greener Products, and Sustainable Operations. The Guide scores companies on overall policies and practices – not on specific products – to provide consumers with a snapshot of the sustainability of the biggest names... Read More

  9. Crafty Malware

    Although, it's a recommended best practice to test and debug malware in an isolated and contained environment, this post by Marco Ramilli explains how crafty malware can eventually detect this environment and behave in a different way. Malware can detect virtualized environments, active debuggers and sandbox environments. Briefly, malware authors can easily insert code into their software that detects such... Read More

  10. Websense seven security predictions for 2013

    Websense Security Labs, a global leader in unified web, data, and email content security has made its predictions for 2013. Websense report predicts the key threats that the IT technology will face in the coming year which can give you a head start in reviewing your current defenses, identifying security gaps and putting new safeguards in place. The report also... Read More

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