Category Archives: security

Scamers Get Scammed

I think this is hilarious. A group of scammers called Mr Brain provide different phising, scamming tools to would be scammers. The reason the groups scripts are so popular are their ease of implementation, some can be done in as … Continue reading

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Why Companies Need IT

Companies and businesses will always need an IT department, why you ask. Because the people these companies hire just don’t care about security or just don’t know any better. A recent survey of employees revealed that at least 35% have violated IT policies put in place to protect company as well as customer’s data. Continue reading

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Mac Malware

Yes you heard right. The first malware written for the Mac has been named OSX.RSPlug.A by Intego (a Mac-security company). The malware is disguised as a video-codec that users are tricked into installing in order to watch nasty movies. This … Continue reading

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AOL Sucks no Really Sucks

It seems that AOL, which has sent me many a wonderful coaster for cold beverages, doesn’t really care about the security of they user base. As we all know AOL users aren’t known for their computer prowess and don’t need … Continue reading

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This is scary

According to Symantec U.S.-based credit cards with a card verification number were available for between US$1 to $6, while an identity” including a U.S. bank account, credit card, date of birth and government-issued identification number” was available for between $14 … Continue reading

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