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April 2005 Roundup
Posted in: Information Security
April has been a busy month from a number of points of view. Identity theft and personal privacy breaches continue to get worse, with recent problems for Ameritrade, Carnegie Mellon University, Iron Mountain, and Polo / Ralph Lauren and HSBC surfacing since the article on identity theft was written.....
Posted: 25 April 2005 12:00

Ports and Sockets
Posted in: Information Security
How networked computers share information and perform a range of tasks through a thin wire attached to them can seem like a dark art at times. The simplest analogy is to think of your computer like a bank. Inside of the bank there are many different things going on, but any time that information is ....
Posted: 18 April 2005 12:00

LiveCDs and Online Banking
Posted in: Information Security
Recent news reports are suggesting that a number of Australian financial institutions are considering distributing modified Knoppix LiveCDs to their customers to allow them a more secure online banking experience.

Conceptually this is a very smart move to make, however it is fraught with difficul....
Posted: 11 April 2005 12:00

Identity Theft
Posted in: Information Security
Most people are aware to be cautious with their credit card details, in case someone steals them and fraudulently spends money using the details. This is important, as it is the source of most of the identity theft cases reported each year. Fewer people, however, are aware that they need to be just ....
Posted: 4 April 2005 12:00

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