Tag Archives: Phishing

S/MIME Re-trial

8 Nov

In the blog S/MIME on Trial in 2013, I outlined some challenges using S/MIME to send secure email.

I also posed the question, was I confident the issues would be solved in a 3-5 year timeframe?

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Phishing Nets

1 Dec

Phishing is one of the most common forms of cyber-attack at the current time.  Effectively attackers try and fool you to providing sensitive data such as user names and password into fake web sites. Continue reading

Two-Factor Authentication Phishing

6 Oct

I’ve not blogged on two-factor authentication for a while – the roll out among major providers is encouraging – Come on Amazon and Virgin Media, it’s about time you stepped up.

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Security Predictions

23 Dec

At this time of year, it seems that one of the duties of a CTO of a security company to make predictions about the year ahead.
My prediction is somewhat generic, followed by a wish list. Please help me with my wish list, so we can prevent my prediction!

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DM Twitter Phishing

16 Feb

Twitter users, watch out for Direct Messages suggesting you look at a picture of yourself…

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