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The death of tin foil? New anti-facial recognition tech set to launch in 2016

Security, security, security. I love it, you need it, many people are talking about it. I could talk about it all the time. But in this day and age there is another important topic coming up on the rails: privacy. Prior to, but especially since, Edward Snowden came onto the scene, people have become increasingly aware of how their privacy is being invaded, b
Publish At:2015-08-13 01:15 | Read:3659 | Comments:0 | Tags:Humour Privacy

Ooh Nurse! UK Government Shuts Down Windows XP Life Support

In a not entirely unexpected move the UK government has finally euthanised the aging operating system that senior officials lovingly referred to as “Uncle XP”. Years after less sentimental families would have packed the old boy off to a nursing home, Whitehall finally decided the lovable chap had become more trouble than he was worth and was cost
Publish At:2015-05-27 13:15 | Read:4705 | Comments:0 | Tags:Humour Microsoft News

Secure Comms? Blundering Brits Highlight Importance Of The Human Element

We’ve often said, and will no doubt continue to say, that the human element is the hardest one to secure. And with good reason. Take the concept of communication, for example. Whether at work or at home, many of us send text messages and emails to friends, family and work colleagues. The vast majority of the time they are totally respectable, or at lea
Publish At:2015-04-02 16:35 | Read:3699 | Comments:0 | Tags:Humour Security Awareness

Navy gunners unphased by "integer overflow bug" concerns

We get unusual messages from time to time here at Naked Security.There was the Ukrainian bloke (well, he said he was Ukrainian, and said he was a bloke, for that matter) who kindly offered us part of his liver.We had forum spammers who unleashed on us all the canned comments from their database in one giant, if incomprehensible, spew of spam.Today, however,
Publish At:2014-11-06 22:45 | Read:3637 | Comments:0 | Tags:Featured Security threats Cape Town humor humour integer ove

Navy gunners unphased by "integer overflow bug" concerns

We get unusual messages from time to time here at Naked Security.There was the Ukrainian bloke (well, he said he was Ukrainian, and said he was a bloke, for that matter) who kindly offered us part of his liver.We had forum spammers who unleashed on us all the canned comments from their database in one giant, if incomprehensible, spew of spam.Today, however,
Publish At:2014-11-06 21:10 | Read:3993 | Comments:0 | Tags:Featured Security threats Cape Town humor humour integer ove