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Farewell to a real IT Professional friend, and InfoSec Daily


Farewell to a real IT Professional friend, and InfoSec Daily
Matthew was one of the founders of a top notch Professional yet fun Podcast.
You must sign up to it, if you care just a bit about IT Security – it’s called InfoSec daily.

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How to fight cheap malicious hack tools (methods that are not available in any IT Courses)


How to fight cheap malicious hack tools (methods that are not available in any IT Courses) – here are some fresh and new ways to fight online criminals back

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Labor Day 2009: How the Mafia took over Google (Again)


I was doing my regular daily security alert review when my eye caught this message: Hackers have used advanced SEO (search engine optimization) techniques to have their link appear on top of Google search results for searches related to “labor day”. Imagine this: You live in the US, you just got your labor day vacation […]

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The Death of Computer Forensic (on Web2.0 Sites)


Computer Forensic…Computer Investigation…Forensic Cases… It is always about some geek wearing old style clothes, 3-days beard, glazing eyes, lots of half eaten pizza remains around, empty cans of beer scattered around and a refrigerator that looks like the dump bucket. And then a beautiful young lady knocks on the door, asking for help in her […]

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Letting go of Privacy could actually bring More Security


Here is a post I have written some time ago, and left it on some forgotten blog. Now I am reusing it to get our teeth chewing a bit at a nice subject 🙂 Every one is concerned about privacy – right ? Its the right thing to do. And rightfully so. Any web site […]

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