Here’s a helpful hint. Never do anything online you won’t do in front of your Gran. Seriously. This stuff can come back and bite you. The embarrassment and harm to your reputation can be severe.
An interesting statement from Dixons Carphone. It should be noted that this is listed as a potential breach, rather than proven. 1,200,000 personal records have been breached via unauthorised access. Additionally (in a separate incident), 5,800,000 chip and pin card details have been accessed and 105,000 non-EU card details that do not have chip and … Continue reading
The latest episode of Security Now shows how much changes and how much stays the same. One reason why Steve Gibson is so well respected in the IT/IS security field is the depth of his experience, something cannot be replaced or ignored. A constant over the past 8 years. Then we have security products and … Continue reading
Struggling with the vast array of Google‘s suite of SaaS products is complicated enough.
Their habit, though, of making changes that seem I’ll thought out or counter productive isbecoming more and more difficult to understand.
Two Chrome updates in a matter of days causing huge amount of data to be downloaded across corporate networks, primarily due to the dynamic URLs that make caching the files impossible.
Now we have FOUR consecutive days of disruption on their primary product, Gmail.
And a lacK of options too! Why can’t I disable the Gmail Flash attachment uploader in Chrome? I can in IE8!
¿What is going on?
Last week Websense and Facebook announced a partnership in order to protect users from malicious links in the popular social media site. But Facebook have a pretty good page dedicated to security issues of all sorts. Websense Partnership: Firstly, I’ll cover this new enterprise. This looks like an excellent deal. Obviously the end user should … Continue reading