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Talking with security expert M. E. Kabay

Ubiquity, Volume 2003 Issue October, October 1- October 31, 2003 | BY Ubiquity staff 

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Adaptive attackers, novice computer users, indifferent management - it's no wonder our defensive mechanisms need continuous refinement.


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COMMENTS

Yep. [SLAP] {hits forehead with palm of hand} [THUD] {falls off ergonomic chair} [SCRABBLE SCRABBLE] {clambers back onto chair} Mich Kabay [How do I get rid of this violent red color on my face? Not to speak of all the coagulated egg protein?!?

��� M. E. Kabay, PhD, CISSP-ISSMP, Wed, 28 Sep 2011 14:54:17 UTC

Most "Security Experts" check their facts before facilitating in the accusation that the largest electronics company -Samsung - installs keyloggers on their laptops. tch tch. http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/sec/2011/040411sec1.html

��� certified idiot, Sun, 03 Apr 2011 15:51:51 UTC

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