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Which Bank?
Posted in: Information Security
Australian readers will quickly note the irony in the title, but more on Which Bank? later. As reporting continues on cases of identity data loss and theft, countries other than the US are starting to have wider reporting of cases within their borders. A potential breach of thousands of student iden....
Posted: 27 February 2006 12:00

Phishing Evolves
Posted in: Information Security
Although countries such as the United States have introduced various legislation to ensure the protection of vulnerable personal information such as financial and medical data, breaches and disclosures continue to take place based on poor security design and implementation. The FBI has been involved....
Posted: 20 February 2006 12:00

Spies and Spying
Posted in: Information Security
The increasing attacks against Danish websites first reported on last week's column (which preempted other public reporting by several days) has started to see efforts directed against Australian sites. New intelligence gathered by S?nnet Beskerming researchers has provided indication that Australia....
Posted: 13 February 2006 12:00

BlackWorm Attacks!
Posted in: Information Security
The BlackWorm / Nyxem infections that have attracted so much recent attention were set to activate their malicious payload on the third of February (last Friday), and then on the third of every subsequent month. The early indications are that the impact is not as great as was initially feared, with ....
Posted: 6 February 2006 12:00

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