Security, perceived threats.

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Could the more recent predictions about targeted attacks moving from attention to pay-off be actually because after the industry was starting to take the subject more seriously than lip-service, had the effect of eliminating the noise so that now we can hear the state sposored pin drop?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    now we can hear the state sposored pin drop? what does it mean in what respect !
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  • TomLiotta
    "Predictions" no longer seems to be the right word -- see virus - W32.STUXNET!INK. It included attacks against four 'zero day' vulnerabilities -- vulnerabilities in Windows 7, including two that no one in the business had identified before! (No one public, though obviously someone private knew about them.) And it first showed up almost half a year ago. "...starting to take the subject more seriously than lip-service..." How so? Tom
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  • carlosdl
    Well, those 'recent' predictions could have been recent in 2007. In 3 years threats and security products have evolved, and as Tom says predictions might not be the right word. One can only predict that most attacks will be unpredicted.
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