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Derbycon – No it’s a family reunion!

Well let’s start with the training. As I stated before in my last post I attended the SamuriWTF course. During this 2-day course Tim Tomes (Lanmaster53) showed the class many ways to assess web applications. 532 more words


Players, sides, too many - where's the (over)view?

Apart from the #ditchcyber aspects, in the (sometimes somewhat sportsy, even) battle about control, or is it temporary one-upmanship, over the world’s communications, so many parties play a role, in such varying sizes, and operating for so many sides, sometimes multiple sides at the same time, sometimes without even knowing that, with the interactions playing at various topics and levels of abstraction and with varying scopes, time horizons, strategies and plans (quality), I could really do with some clarity. 91 more words

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Public vs. Private Cloud Computing – The Great Debate Resolved

Today’s cloud-driven IT is in a massive state of transformation – transition from legacy IT infrastructure on-premise to advanced applications delivered via cloud network ‘as-a-Service’ is inevitable. 525 more words


[SCAM baiting Central] Windows Service Center calling

The phone rang early this morning, a call reportedly from AIG-Corp (212) 458 7243. A man calling himself Dan with what sounded like a heavy Indian or Pakistani accent allegedly working for the Windows Service Center. 449 more words


Five Reasons Why Physician IT Champions are Needed

It has been 5 years since the passage of the HITECH Act portion of the Affordable Care Act. The purpose of HITECH was “…to promote the adoption and meaningful use of health information technology.” While the result of this legislation has been the significant… 896 more words


7 Million Dropbox Passwords could be released in the Wild...

Dropbox claims they haven’t been hacked but, they’ve had up to 7 million usernames and passwords stolen. The hacker first leaked 400 of these on PasteBin site and requested BitCoin donations before releasing more on the site. 339 more words

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