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Cyberchoices and the Price of Expertise

Posted by David Harley on December 8, 2015

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Cyberchoices: why turn to crime when security consultancy pays so well?

Terrorist Attacks, Hoaxes and Malware

Posted by David Harley on December 4, 2015

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Hoaxes about terrorist attacks in the UK: just hoaxes, or delivering malware?

Tech Support Scams: a Beginner’s Guide

Posted by David Harley on November 26, 2015

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Support scams are changing: what do everyday computer users need to know to lessen the risk of being scammed?

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.

Stuxnet: Sprinting for the Finnish

Posted by David Harley on November 20, 2015

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Who would expect a flippant ‘conspiracy theory’ to survive so long? I just hope it isn’t going to morph into a hoax.

Facing Up to Facebook

Posted by David Harley on November 12, 2015

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Not a Facebook user? Don’t be so sure: there’s logging in, and there’s an ‘untrusted login’. Apparently.

Support Scams: Talos Takes Note

Posted by David Harley on November 6, 2015

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A blog article by Talos on support scams is a useful addition to the body of work on such scams and scammers that already exists.

Team Cymru’s View on Hello Barbie

Posted by David Harley on November 5, 2015

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Team Cymru’s take on the Hello Barbie story

Backdoor Barbie: Let’s Go Party

Posted by David Harley on November 2, 2015

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Is your home still your castle, or are there Barbie-arians at the gates?

Safe Harbor, Pearl Harbor

Posted by David Harley on October 26, 2015

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The bombing of Safe Harbor: the view from Microsoft