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January 1, 2014  1:01 AM

Thieves Use Thumb Drives to Rob ATMs



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
malware, memory stick, thumb drives

Okay, here's a new way to use memory sticks to spread malware -- though to be fair, at least this method doesn't rely on people being stupid enough to pick up...

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August 9, 2013  6:45 PM

What’s the Storage Capacity of an NSA Data Center?



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
backblaze, big data, data center, federal government, government, malware, netapp, seagate, station wagons

You know how people periodically like to figure out the bandwidth of a station wagon loaded with storage media? Now we have a new one: How much storage will the


May 6, 2011  8:10 PM

Why al-Qaida Hopes Osama bin Laden Did a Backup, and Other Cautionary Tales



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
backups, encryption, government, malware

Granted, it's not every IT administrator who has to deal with a C-level executive in a remote office losing confidential company data because an elite armed military force broke into the place he was staying and took it. That said, there's a number of lessons that IT administrators can take away...


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