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You just have to love people who insist on security for the sake of security. You know, the type who claim you need security even though it’s not really necessary, or even useful. I spotted one of these cases on HSBC’s online banking. To get… Read more »
Here’s an interesting screenshot I just took on a website: If you’re into development in any shape or form, you’ll see a number of security issues Three has with their website, including but not limited to: Password stored in plain text in a connection string… Read more »
I was greeting with an interesting dialog box when I got back to my computer just now: I did some digging and it turns out that WPF did have a vulnerability, but it was patched a couple of days ago. Firefox, however, has no way… Read more »
I’ve just found out that it’s National Identity Fraud Prevention Week in the UK at the moment. What is ID fraud? Well, it’s when someone impersonates you or your company and commits criminal deeds which you may eventually be blamed for. The most common crime… Read more »
Have you ever had a password-protected Excel document that needed opening up? It happened to me a couple of years ago. I worked for a company that used an Excel sheet in a shared folder to store passwords to different websites that the company had… Read more »
I came across a great whitepaper by a company called Pragma Systems that talks about their Fortress product line, designed to secure a wide variety of different platforms using protocols like SSH, SFTP, SCP and others. They have a variety of different offerings ranging from… Read more »