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September 2012

Irish Ransomware Report

Well, that was a little unexpected. The Irish Times has reported the discovery of the “first Irish language virus“. (Further checking suggests that the story may have originated with the Donegal Daily.) Actually, it sounds less like a virus – there’s no indication of whether it self-replicates – than the kind of ransomware that we’ve

ATM Security? Don't bank on it.

The odds against losing money may be better with cash machines than fruit machines, but why neglect simple, obvious precautions?

Low tech Romney tax return hack could be lesson in physical security

So, we read that one or more hackers claim to have gained access to Mitt Romney’s tax records, reported first in a Nashville paper, then in the tech/business press. The hack allegedly took place at the Franklin office of PriceWaterhouseCoopers just outside of Nashville, and PWC has alleged that no such thing happened. We have

Confusion Abounds in Apple-FBI-AntiSec-iOS-UDID-PII Breach

If I sound confused it’s because I just saw my wife’s iPhone and iPad in a very strange place: a million line spreadsheet of iOS device data that includes the unique identifiers of her devices and the names she had given them, published by a group of hackers who call themselves AntiSec. This group claims

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