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Phone Scams and Panic Attacks

…many scams work by panicking victims into taking some unwise action, whether it’s parting with their credit card details or opening a malicious program, claiming that some problem or illegal action is associated with their computer or IP address, such as transmitting malware or visiting paedophile or other pornographic sites…

Added to Stuxnet resources page

Tony Dyhouse writes in SC Magazine about the political implications for the security community of the Stuxnet and Wikileaks incidents. The link has also been added to the Stuxnet resources post at /2011/01/03/stuxnet-information-and-resources/5731 on 14th January 2011.. David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP

Threatsense Report: Looking Forward, Looking Back

The December ThreatSense report, being the last report of the year, is a little bigger than usual, and takes a longer view.

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