Monthly Archives: June 2007

and you thought you had a hard job

“The Homeland Security Department, the lead U.S. agency for fighting cyber threats, suffered more than 800 hacker break-ins, virus outbreaks and other computer security problems over two years, senior officials acknowledged to Congress.” [1] Talk about getting a beating. Well … Continue reading

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Hey, this site is hacking me!

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the time has come that web sites will be launching hack attacks against our browsers, operating systems and they will take over… no, not the world but our computers and consequently the Internet (our virtual world). … Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface

The new era of a "coffee table" that will approximately cost: $10,000 (Prices will go down approximately in 5 years time in order to be affordable by the public.) That looks really great and I believe that most people … Continue reading

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Secure Freedom on the Net

After reading about the latest hack-attack on the State of Nevada’s (USA) general fund bank account and how “…conventional anti-virus and signature detection IT security software – as was used on the computer – is no longer enough.” [1], the … Continue reading


Product Vulnerabilities on Sale

When I first read the article on “Zero-day sales not ‘fair’ – to researchers” on [1], which highlights an example of the going rate of vulnerabilities found on systems/products, I was quite shocked with the phenomenon. With the number … Continue reading

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