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April, 2012

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April 30, 2012  5:08 PM

One of the funniest security videos ever!



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Humor, Security Humor, Video

WARNING: Adult (almost) content. I'm going to say nothing more about this, but you have to watch this video. Have a great week! [brightcove]

April 30, 2012  10:16 AM

Not using Firewire port? Disable it



Posted by: Ken Harthun
physical security, Security, Security best practice

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April 29, 2012  11:25 PM

Schneier says post-9/11 airline security harms us



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Bruce Schneier, cryptogram, physical security, terrorism

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April 29, 2012  4:22 PM

Don’t let fake antivirus sucker you



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Cybercrime, FakeAV, Scam, Scareware

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April 28, 2012  1:34 AM

IT Security Dos and Don’ts



Posted by: Ken Harthun
IT Security Dos and Don'ts, Security, security tips, Video

Sophos has released the "IT Security Dos and Don'ts" toolkit that is a complete employee security awareness training campaign. Here’s what...


April 27, 2012  12:54 AM

Crossword passwords



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Crossword Password, Password, Password best practice, Security

I love crossword...


April 24, 2012  1:16 AM

IE Trusted Sites blocks trusted sites?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Internet Explorer, Remote Web Workspace, Security, SSL

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April 22, 2012  1:56 PM

WordPress sites responsible for Flashback attacks



Posted by: Ken Harthun
APT Attack, Flashback Trojan, Mac, Malware, Trojan

Researchers say that infected WordPress sites were the initial attack vector for the Flashback Trojan horse program. Anywhere from 30,000 to 100,000 sites are thought to have been infected during February and early March with 85 percent of the infected machines located in the U.S. According to...


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