Want Safe Cloud-Based E-Mail? I’m Avoiding Web Mail.

I was reminded of some cloud security issues recently while helping family restore their e-mail connectivity. Where they live, Frontier is pretty much the only practical choice for landline phones plus high-speed Internet. Their performance is quite good, and I have found them to have the most technically savvy customer service of any major provider […]
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At The Waterhole

I learned something this week (end of May, 3013) and wanted to share it with you. I had not heard of waterhole attacks before and I think term is clever. First, a bit of background: waterhole attacks are related to spearphishing. Spearphishing is a targeted version of phishing. The idea is to customize and focus […]
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It’s Always Phishing Season

Recent news reports have discussed the FireEye Advanced Threat Report for the Second Half of 2012, specifically the finding that “On average, a malware event occurs at a single organization once every three minutes”.  That’s a shocking statistic to be sure, but to those of us in computer security, a big part of the issue […]
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