Jobs gives the skinny on iCloud

A slender Steve jobs came out of medical leave to deliver the keynote address at the 2011 Developers Conference hosted by Apple. Looking more like the South Park rendition...

Windows 8 – First public showing

Yesterday was an exciting day for more than just hockey fans (Go Canucks!). Wednesday was Microsoft’s first public showing of the new Windows 8 user interface. Microsoft...

There’s no defense for popularity..

I was going to title this post with something a bit more ‘Apple’ but the real problem with malware is popularity. Recently Apple had to fight off a rather annoying...

Sick of IPv6?

Good news! June 8th is World IPv6 Day! Starting in late 2010 major web sites began dipping their toes into the unknown waters of IPv6 dual-stacking. What this means is that...

Comodo Hacker Strikes Again

A follow up message was again posted on pastebin by an individual using the handle of “COMODOHACKER.” This message was from the same individual who claimed responsibility...

The Lone Comodo-Hacker Theory

In a message posted on pastebin, an individual using the handle of "comodohacker" has claimed responsibility for last week’s hack-attack on the Comodo site in...

Comodo SSL Cracker-gate

On March 15th 2011, a Comodo affiliate RA was compromised resulting in the fraudulent issue of 9 SSL certificates to sites in 7 domains: mail.google.com www.google.com login.live.com addons.mozilla.org login.skype.com login.yahoo.com In...

RA Issues Phony SSL Certificates

As a follow up to this post regarding SSL Certificates, it seems that Comodo, a major issuer of SSL certificates, stated that an attacker was able to obtain the user name...

One Does Not Simply HTTPS into Mordor!

Every time you go to a web site that requires you to log in, you are displaying your username and password for the world to see. HTTPS was introduced very early on in the...
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