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The hacker who shut down large parts of the US internet last month was probably a disgruntled gamer, said an expert whose company closely monitored the attack Wednesday. Dale Drew, chief security officer for Level 3 Communications, which mapped out how the October 21 attack took place, told a Congressional panel that the person had […]

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This is a just a short post to make available the security awareness slides that I was using at the RSA Conference in San Francisco last week. Several people asked me for copies to use in their own awareness efforts and I am more than happy to oblige. I believe these slides can be effective […]

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As announced by our Security Predictions for 2012, the imminent start of the Olympic Games 2012 is a good worldwide event for phishing authors as well as malicious bots. They will most likely begin utilizing this vector to spread their attempts at masquerading as legitimate sites, organizations, or services to trick users into divulging information. Websense® Security LabsTM and […]

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