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Smartphone users in Japan are able to download a wide variety of apps, many of which are either inexpensive or free. Not all of these actually meet what users expect in terms of features, and some even introduce risks that users may not fully understand. In this blog entry, I will report the privacy risks […]

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Admiral James Stavridis is under the spotlight of the social media stage since an anonymous phishing attack was launched on Facebook a few days ago using a fake version of his profile. It seems this is a good time to meet this commander (at least on-line), hence we did a simple study on his official […]

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Greetings Internet! This month (carefully hidden under the Win32/Bamital blanket), employing the old adage ‘fight fire with fire’, we decided to fight sneakiness with sneakiness and quietly slipped a fairly major Win32/Zbot update into MSRT. “Zbot” I hear you say? Yes, it’s still around and kicking. Despite Win32/Zbot (officially self-titled with the oh-so-ego-inflating ‘Zeus’ moniker, despite […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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Application release automation (ARA) tools enable best practices in...

The Multi-Model Database:
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