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A suggestion for replacing UAC
I am here at the PDC in Los Angeles this week and have heard quite a bit of grumblings about UAC. The MS employees on stage and elsewhere are basically saying that UAC is a necessary evil so that clients do not become vulnerable due to unauthorized
Security Mindset
I have often thought about the mindset required to be good at the security game. I hang out with Duane Laflotte alot and he has the whole hacker mindset which lends itself nicely to security even when you aren't trolling on the dark side. But it was
Security Mindset
I have often thought about the mindset required to be good at the security game. I hang out with Duane Laflotte alot and he has the whole hacker mindset which lends itself nicely to security even when you aren't trolling on the dark side. But it was
Being hacked might get even more expensive
Most companies pay lip service to security, but the emphasis is just not there.  There is bluster and maybe even a few conversions soon after an embarrassing security breach, but all too often a scapegoat is found, fired and then it is
Being hacked might get even more expensive
Most companies pay lip service to security, but the emphasis is just not there.  There is bluster and maybe even a few conversions soon after an embarrassing security breach, but all too often a scapegoat is found, fired and then it is
Default Router Passwords
ZDNet recently had an article about new attacks that allow systems to be exposed to the worst kind of attacks just by visiting a web page with a bit of Javascript.  The root of the problem is actually not changing the default passwords on those
Default Router Passwords
ZDNet recently had an article about new attacks that allow systems to be exposed to the worst kind of attacks just by visiting a web page with a bit of Javascript.  The root of the problem is actually not changing the default passwords on those
Interesting ways to increase security (incrementally)
Forbes.com has a story about the use of typing patterns to identify whether a user is the actual user or a hacker. I like the idea, though I fear it won't catch on.  Defense in depth, adding an edge is important, but the key element from this a
Interesting ways to increase security (incrementally)
Forbes.com has a story about the use of typing patterns to identify whether a user is the actual user or a hacker. I like the idea, though I fear it won't catch on.  Defense in depth, adding an edge is important, but the key element from this a
MS from the Inside and the Developer Community from the Outside
My good friend, Eileen Rumwell, has started blogging.  Her blog is something I plan to keep watching especially since in the short time it has been up she has already thrown out some great insights.  The really cool thing is that having com


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