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Wednesday, 28 January 2009 03:27

The Concepts of Identity and Trust in Modern Society

Identity is such a difficult concept to grasp, particularly for our political leaders. They seek the magic device that will unambiguously distinguish "terrorist" from "tourist" or "refugee" from "freeloader."  Unfortunately, what they're seeking is some measure of trust - "knowing their identity, can I trust the motives of this person?"
Published in Home Tech
Despite the fact that Firefox is seen as a safer browser than Internet Explorer, the emergence of the latest Firefox malware Plugin shows that a browser alone is not enough protection in a world of evil banking Trojans, botnets, rootkits and crimeware.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 25 November 2008 09:49

TrustDefender looks deep into banking trojan's soul

Banking trojans, such as the reviled “SilentBanker” trojan that is capturing unsuspecting and even anti-virus protected users by surprise and ripping money out of bank accounts, are digital curses upon not only users but the financial industry as a whole. Security experts TrustDefender take it apart in their latest blog entry.

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