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iTnews' Juha Saarinen lifts the lid on the dark and often bizarre world of IT and network security.
When spyware merchants get hacked
Hacking Team attack points to bad business practices all round.
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[Blog post] AusCERT boss walks tightrope.
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Let's do the Heartbleed... again
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Stop the patches
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Router rooting is shooting fish in a barrel
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Foiling hackers with a virtual perimeter
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Risk management through regulation.
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