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  • Under-the-radar enterprise security threats

    Which enterprise security threat do you think has gone under the radar? As an editor on SearchSecurity.com, I'm interested to hear what you think. Our favorite response will win some great, free security training books. http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/generic/0,295582,sid14_gci1368789,00.html

    WHurley5 pointsBadges:
  • virus malware spyware

    I want to how to conduct a risk assessment to protect our pcs, networks

    M20085 pointsBadges:
  • monitoring

    If I am using a work computer that is on a network using Windows xp professional, and I plug in a usb device and just use apps or programs from that device, can it be monitored, or known from the network administrator?

    Iwanttodirect5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Threats

    Are items listed in the active threats on Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 still threats?

    DYLDAL15 pointsBadges:
  • Can the SMS content in mobile phone be hacked?

    Can the SMS content in mobile phone be partially changed or the whole message be overrided/replaced by another text? The condition is that SMS is a single message (not concatenated message) and message details such as Service Centre address, Originating Address, Service Centre Submission Time Stamp...

    Mobile Computing ATE15 pointsBadges:
  • Security, perceived threats.

    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?

    Papp310 pointsBadges:
  • System Security = hacking into laptop

    ad hoc computer to computer software for windows, can it really extract data from my mac by a entity, using as a location marker the laptops antenna and serial numbers. I've heard of NT users having this capability using a wifi neighborhood signal detector

    ReneeS5 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between delay threat and denial threat

    E-Commerce difference between delay threat and denial threat?

    Thian5 pointsBadges:
  • Need opinions on severity of security risk from vulnerability scan

    We used eEye's Retina Scanner to run a vulnerability scan on a server. A risk was identified which was classed "Low" but the PCI Severity Level was classed as 5 or urgent. The vulnerability was Microsoft Windows optional Subsystems are permitted to operate on the system and the fix was to change a...

    Security Channel ATE15 pointsBadges:
  • Who can access an IP address?

    If someone finds out your IP address can they get access to your email and or computer if your email is sitting on their server?

    Eguidry10 pointsBadges:
  • Computer Fraud and Invasion of Privacy

    I have had someone to illegally go into one of my email accounts and delete specific files. I know that this is a felony crime. I am trying to figure out the process of attaching the IP addresses that I have to the person I suspect has committed this crime.

    Tripmom5 pointsBadges:
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