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Corporate Espionage: Hacking A Company Through A Chinese Restaurant Takeout Menu

Corporate espionage (industrial espionage) is a favorite topic of mine. I have written and presented on the subject quite a bit and, while I am never sure how my readers react when I write about this, I do carefully watch the look on my audience members’ faces when I first mention the issue. 985 more words

Computer Fraud

IRATETRAWL is a 900MHz USB device built to analyze user-defined transmission intelligence using the SILENTAUTO intercept. For the first time, we have the ability to correlate journalists’ chats with total freedom.

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Science & Technology

Wow - I've been nominated for a European Security Blogger Award!

Well this is unexpected! Made a space to say stuff too long for Twitter, too left-field for LinkedIn and too formal for Facebook and only flipping got nominated for an award! 82 more words

InfoSec

Please vote for Sophos Naked Security in the European Security Blogger Awards 2014 !

Hello, everybody.

We hope you’ll forgive us approaching you head-on.

Here we go: we’d love you to vote for us!

The second annual European Security Blogger Awards… 352 more words

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Imagination as a P@ssword1

I just finished a section on cracking passwords using standard Windows tools.  Then I poked around on the Interwebs to get more of a feel for actual password security.   171 more words

Heartbleed Email Scams - Be Very Wary

Internet con men are likely to be rubbing their hands with glee following the wordwide panic about Heartbleed.  In case you haven’t heard about it, there’s an excellent plain English article here: “ 562 more words

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