If you are relying only on a password to keep your account on your Apple, Evernote, Facebook, Gmail, LinkedIn, PayPal, Twitter, or Yahoo account secure, then you’re not secure enough.
If you’ve ever wondered how a certain website ad seems to know who you are, even though you haven’t logged in to it, wonder no longer. The Mozilla Foundation has an add-on for their Firefox web browser called Collusion. What does Collusion do? It shows the relationships between all of the websites you visit.
I recently finished reading Mandiant‘s fantastic APT1 Report. One of the gems is on page 29, which details some of the tactics used by phishing attacks carried out by APT1, (speculated to be the elite cyber-attack wing of the Chinese military).
We have several clients who have stated that they “need to have all employees’ passwords.” They don’t, and furthermore, after a brief explanation, they realize they don’t want them either. Here’s why.
This weekend, Evernote announced that they were hacked, joining Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and NBC. All this in the first quarter of 2013!
That website you visit and trust is Agent Smith from the Matrix.
Because of a recent security breach, it’s time to change your Skype password.
As I write this on Thanksgiving Day, I am thankful for family, friends, my health, prosperity, and my redundant Internet connection.
Recent security holes with Oracle’s job and Microsoft Internet Explorer have underscored the need for two web browsers (or two different computers) to separate your business processes while surfing the Internet.
We recently handled an incident response case where our client was infected by malware which was delivered by email. The client plead ignorance, and asked “how can we tell what is real and what is a virus?” Here’s a quick tip to do just that!