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Archive for: September, 2008
Dean ProcterTransinteract - Sydney

How secure is your mobile phone?

12 September 2008  |  2897 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

If you use a 'smart phone' well then it really isn't very secure at all. Probably less so than using the average PC to connect to the internet. Apart from the numerous features available to hackers to exploit, the ease in which a trojan can be installed and various flaws in the network design, you're left with a pretty dumb little computer that is...

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Post holiday reading - Digital DNA and Metadata Cleaning

01 September 2008  |  2992 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Enthusiasm for the post holiday reading pile is normally considerably less than the gleeful anticipation of packing those paperbacks for reading in sunnier climes, as I am sure you will agree..... A pleasant and rewarding surprise, then (at least in my world!) to return to a 'straight to the point' article on Digital DNA and the dangers of accide...

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Dean ProcterTransinteract - Sydney

Yet another critical old 'black' hat web flaw re-discovered

01 September 2008  |  2858 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

So, the word is out. Now that many of the old spooks-only tricks to eavesdrop on unsuspecting banks, governments and consumers are out of the bag it might be time to have a moment of panic. The border...

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The risks from Cyber cime - Hacking - Loss of Data Privacy - Identity Theft and other topical threats - can be greatly reduced by implementation of robust IT Security controls ...
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