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Predictable Predictions and IoT

Posted by David Harley on January 22, 2016

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Should you worry about IoT security quite so much as the media suggest?

Windows – still here despite the breakages

Posted by David Harley on November 20, 2015

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Windows 1.0 – the start of an oddity. Sorry, odyssey. Something gained, something lost.

Spy Versus Spy: Campbell, Snowden and ECHELON

Posted by David Harley on August 3, 2015

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My eye was caught by Duncan Campbell’s article for The Register and Intercept on the origins of automated surveillance – partly because I didn’t think there was any doubt about the existence of ECHELON.

Behavioural Profiling: Conforming to Type

Posted by David Harley on July 28, 2015

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http://itsecurity.co.uk/2015/04/top-facebook-stories-your-choice/

Signatures newsflash: AV doesn’t detect what it doesn’t detect

Posted by David Harley on July 20, 2015

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Signatures aren’t The Answer, but they’re not always ineffective.

Hacking the Royal Male: the Computer Misuse Act

Posted by David Harley on March 26, 2015

A look back by The Register at the Prestel hacking case that directly influenced the drafting of the Computer Misuse Act.

(Alleged) support scam site knocked back

Posted by David Harley on October 26, 2014

Cold calling tech support scams: misleading advice, fake viruses, fake support package deals. Sadly, the FTC’s efforts only reach a few of the offenders.

Oops. Malware on The Register?

Posted by Kevin on September 4, 2014

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