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Is Cyber War the New Normal?

by Dave on June 1, 2013

There have been many recent reports of cyber attacks against critical U.S. infrastructure. Wikipedia (http://ow.ly/lp8yl) says critical infrastructure describes assets essential to the functioning of a society and economy. These include:         electricity generation, transmission and distribution;    gas production, transport and distribution;    oil and oil products production, transport and distribution;    telecommunication; […]

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The website ARS Technia recently published an interesting article called ‘How I became a Password Cracker’ (http://ow.ly/lxow8). The writer, Nate Anderson, while proficient technically, says he had no knowledge of hacking – he was a beginner. Yet with tools, information and yes, even instructions freely available online, he went to work. By the end of […]

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‘Second Chance’ Scam on eBay

May 28, 2013

MSN Money (http://ow.ly/kPRSy) reports that some e-bay sellers have seen fake Second Chance Offers. What’s a Second Chance Offer? According to e-bay (http://ow.ly/lp6a8) “A Second Chance Offer comes from a seller after the item ends. If you didn’t win the item at the price you bid, you can still buy it if you get a […]

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How a 3D Printer Saved This Baby’s Life

May 26, 2013

I read a lot of stories that involve the negative side of technology. Malware, scammers, cybercrimes, and so on. But technology has its positive side as well. I like to pass them on as well. Based on this success I suspect we’ll begin seeing more on the medical benefits of  3-D printers. Here’s the story […]

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The Long, Weird History of the Nigerian E-mail Scam

May 25, 2013

I know the Nigerian e-mail scam, also known as the ‘419’ scam has been running for many years. Before the Internet it was sent by fax. Before that it was sent as a letter – sometimes with counterfeit postage. But I didn’t know how far back it REALLY went. Written by the author of “Spam: […]

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Very Phunny Phishing Article

May 23, 2013

It’s not often that an article on phishing can make me laugh, But this one did. (http://ow.ly/kI8DR) This is a good read and Susan Erasmus, the author, is one feisty lady. Here are the first 2 paragraphs: Just today I received four phishing e-mails. One supposedly from SARS [South African Revenue Service - their version […]

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Internet Scams are Substantial Part of FTC Complaints

May 21, 2013

The Federal Trade Commission, the leading consumer protection agency in the U.S., recently released its 2012 Consumer Sentinel Network report. (http://ow.ly/lbtQh) In that report they note that Identity Theft is once again the #1 complaint registered by consumers. ID theft complaints account for 18% of the 2 million+ complaints registered by the FTC in 2012. […]

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Longlining – Another Step in the Evolution of the E-mail Phishing Threat

May 19, 2013

Back in 2011 I wrote about an article about spear phishing, “What is Spear Phishing? Dangerous” (http://ow.ly/kWsPV). Spear phishing is a sophisticated variant of the tried-and-true e-mail phishing attack. Here are the basics: Phishing is a widely broadcast e-mail that attempts to lure people into providing sensitive information such as their banking credentials. These e-mails […]

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A Deeper Look into Identity Theft

May 17, 2013

I’ve been thinking a lot about identity theft. Probably because of the overwhelming number of stories I see on the Internet. I was completely unaware of any connection between identity theft and drugs until I saw a TV program recently – American Greed. Of all the stories I’ve read I’ve never heard of such a […]

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FTC Halts Payday Loan Scams Connected to Identity Theft

May 15, 2013

The FTC recently put a stop to a payday loan scam (http://ow.ly/kJZiR) that is alleged to have made “…more than 2.7 million calls to at least 600,000 different phone numbers nationwide, according to the FTC. In less than two years, they fraudulently collected more than $5.2 million from consumers…” More details here (http://ow.ly/kJZu3). A similar […]

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