Tag: keys

Passwords, SSH keys exposed on GitHub  
By Darren Pauli | Jan 25, 2013 | Comment Now 
GitHub search down, but user mistakes still exposed.
 
Megaupload founder eyes file-sharing sequel 
By Naomi Tajitsu | Nov 2, 2012 | Comment Now 
Content to be encrypted.
 
Microsoft under fire on Windows 8 dual-boot lockout 
By Stewart Mitchell | Sep 28, 2011 | Comment Now 
Up to equipment manufacturers to allow more than one OS.
 
Businesses ‘plagued’ by missing encryption keys 
By Tom Brewster | Mar 17, 2011 | Comment Now 
Afflicts digital certificates, too.
 
Stolen SSH keys used for attacks 
By Shaun Nichols | Aug 28, 2008 | Comment Now 
Linux keys harvested by hackers.
 
MySpace fixes Alicia Keys' page after cyberattack 
By Frank Washkush Jr | Nov 12, 2007 | Comment Now 
MySpace.com has cleaned up multiple attacks on some its most popular music pages, including that of Alicia Keys.
 
Prison keys sold on eBay 
By Iain Thomson | May 4, 2007 | Comment Now 
Quick lock change in order after security slip.
 
Be careful where you leave your keys 
By Richard Moulds | Jul 13, 2006 | Comment Now 
The internet now has 1.07 billion users worldwide and more people buy online than ever before. But this growth in ecommerce has also created a fertile environment for fraud and ...
 
Keys to addressing the data privacy mandate 
By Randy Budde | Jun 8, 2004 | Comment Now 
Enterprises worldwide are spending approximately $20 billion per year on IT security, yet very costly breaches continue to occur. In large part, this is because security ...
 
Close the Door on Unwanted Guests: Keys to a Safe and Secure Wireless Network 
By Chris O’Ferrell | Jan 16, 2004 | Comment Now 
As the benefits of a wireless local area network (WLAN) become more apparent, an increasing number of businesses are quick to adopt this technology.
 
Authentication: From Passwords to Public Keys 
By Anton Chuvakin | Jan 16, 2004 | Comment Now 
An exciting book on authentication, of all things?
 
Cyberterrorism: Are We Leaving the Keys Out? 
By Kevin Cunningham | Jan 15, 2004 | Comment Now 
In a post-Sept. 11 world, the security community is being asked to address a growing list of sobering scenarios that range from the newly plausible to the truly frightening.
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Who do you trust most to protect your private data?







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Your bank
  38%
 
Your insurance company
  3%
 
A technology company (Google, Facebook et al)
  7%
 
Your telco, ISP or utility
  8%
 
A retailer (Coles, Woolworths et al)
  2%
 
A Federal Government agency (ATO, Centrelink etc)
  20%
 
An Australian law enforcement agency (AFP, ASIO et al)
  15%
 
A State Government agency (Health dept, etc)
  5%
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