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Viewing posts from January, 2009

anton-chuvakin-on-roi

I was fixing to post on some of the ROI posts floating around, with my usual usual dainty prose. But Anton Chuvakin did a much better job than I could - though it appears he has a ringer on his team.

comment-status

As with every blog out there, we've been battling comment and trackback spam. I had turned off comments altogether, but now have turned them back on. Comments are still protected by WiKID Strong Authentication, but you can add a comment anonymously. Here's how to do it:

drive-by-pharming-seen-in-the-wild

Symantec has spotted Drive-by pharming attacks in the wild

dns-and-mutual-authentication

Once again, Amit Klein has hacked DNS. Once again, we'll say if you are doing high-value web-based transactions, you should consider using Mutual Authentication for HTTPS.

tjx-sales-not-affected-by-breach

Continuing the discussion about Brand Damage,breach costs and The PCI security standards, TJX reported higher sales despite suffering the largest breach known. Same store sales increased 6%, higher than analysts expected. Consumer sentiment seem to confirm my contention that information security is not a key element of the TJX brand:

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