My new blog has been launched today. This is intended to be a compilation of musings and thoughts with a rough focus on security and privacy. The idea is to provide analysis, commentary and geekspeak translations of news, events, and happenings in the security and technology arenas.

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Musings - Geek speak elucidations

Invasion of Privacy?

04/07/2008 12:53
Invasion of Privacy? Google Inc. is apparently being sued over their semi-new “Street View” feature of Google maps (click here for source article on Forbes.com). For those of you that aren’t up to the second with Google’s features, they are having people drive all over the place with digital...

Bandwidth Hoggin'

04/04/2008 13:25
Two of the most often overlooked aspects of network security are those of reliability and availability... Do you know how much usable bandwidth you have to the internet? Bandwidth is the amount of data you can upload or download through your internet connection. USABLE bandwidth is the...

IFRAME attack underway

04/02/2008 10:30
  IFRAME attack There is a major attack underway that has compromised a slew of well known U.S. websites including (but not limited to) USAToday.com, ABCNews.com, News.com, Target.com, Walmart.com, Bloomingdales.com, WebShots.com, Sears.com, Forbes.com, Circuitcity.com, Epinions.com,...
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Rants - Tech savvey explications

IE 0 Day Exploit

12/12/2008 19:27
Microsoft reported a new "zero-day exploit" that affects most versions of the Internet Explorer browser. A zero-day exploit is a security vulnerability that is being exploited before the software vendor or public know that the issue exists. This particular exploit attacks flaws within Internet...

Spoofed NDR issues

04/14/2008 13:05
We've seen a rash of NDR (non-Delivery Response) floods happening to our clients. In all cases, it appears that the spam being NDRed is spoofed, but we are receiving reports from these users that they are being black listed on spam filters. Is anyone else seeing this problem? Thanks, -J-