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microsoft-rolls-out-onecare-with-free-trial

Hat tip to the WSJ today. MS is rolling out their OneCare consumer PC protection:

more-on-the-nsa-wiretaps-fro-m-the-national

The National Journal has an interesting update on the technology used in the NSA wiretaps.

1m-was-siphoned-out-of-customers-accounts-via

According to the BBC, 8 people have been arrested for stealing £1m though the Chip and PIN system at Shell.

"These Pin pads are supposed to be tamper resistant, they are supposed to shut down, so that has obviously failed," said Apacs spokeswoman Sandra Quinn.

merchants-are-not-going-to-make-the-pci-dss

No surprise there, security is hard. Read the story on PCI compliance at Dark Reading

anonymous-two-factor-authentication-as-a-turing


You can now add comments to the blog, but you must first prove to me that you are a human by logging in using WiKID Strong Authentication. Interestingly, this is still anonymous, because I am using the Token Client Test domain, which requires no identification to configure (it was set up as a simple way to test the WiKID token clients). So, it is an anonymous two-factor authentication CAPTCHA of sorts.

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