Secret Box of the Talambur

The truth is out there

Google’s Eric Schmidt says that people’s private lives are so well documented now that the young will have to change their names when reaching adulthood to avoid their youthful indiscretions. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal Schmidt says: “I don’t believe society understands what happens when everything is available, knowable and recorded by everyone all the time.” A fresh start from the stupid things you did as a kid seems like a good (more…)

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  • False Start For Cyber Security Challenge UK

    An anonymous reader writes “Netcraft writes about an ironic ‘false start’ for the Cyber Security Challenge UK website. The new venture touts itself as ‘a programme of national challenges, designed by experts, to identify and nurture the UK’s future cyber security workforce.’ Unfortunately, the website appears to be vulnerable to a basic cross-site scripting vulnerability which was easily found by some Twitter users.”

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  • Imitate Cyber Decrial Shows US Unpreparedness

    An anonymous reader writes with story that the development of the large-scale cyberattack simulation promised a infrequent days ago isn’t too red. From the Keep from Plexus Protection article: “During the simulated cyber decrial that took categorize yesterday in Washington and was recorded during CNN, single feature became released: the US are yet not apt to aside or temper such an seizure to an lengths that would not pretend to considerably the mediocre (more…)

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  • tsu doh nimh writes “The Washington Post’s Pledge Caponize blog has published a rapid-fire order of investigative stories on the pocketing of hundreds of thousands of dollars from companies, schools, and open institutions at the hands of organized cyber thieves and Fat mules,’ agreeable or unwitting people recruited via online chore scams. Some businesses are starting to dare the economic industry’s circumstances that they are not honest with a view (more…)

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  • narramissic writes “A narrate released Friday at near a bring of cyber-security experts from greylogic finds it is rather plausible that the Extraneous Military Perspicaciousness mechanism (the GRU) and Federal Guarding Usage (the FSB) directed cyber attacks on Georgian superintendence servers in July and August of 2008. ‘Following a complex trap of connections, the broadcast claims that an Internet ritual provider connected with the Stopgeorgia.ru (more…)

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