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Andrew Harding, technical director of clientless VPN provider Neoteris, argues the case for SSL VPNs.
The infamous ‘419’ advance fee fraud scam is a major source of spam which takes its victims for hundreds of millions of dollars yearly. Email headers confirm that much of this traffic currently comes out of Lagos and Amsterdam. 419ers also create phony bank websites. Ad hoc information...
We are living in an increasingly connected world, not only in the office, but at home; a world in which more and more personal data is being stored in huge databases. With the increasing demands for personal data, often far in excess of the data required for the transaction in hand, so too does...
This paper describes a series of experiments in which specific deceptions were created in order to induce red teams attacking computer networks to attack network elements in sequence. It demonstrates the ability to control the path of an attacker through the use of deceptions and allows us to...
Recently, Wu and Chang and Shen and Chen separately proposed a cryptographic key assignment scheme for solving access control problem in a partially ordered user hierarchy. However, this paper will show the security leaks inherent in both schemes based on polynomial interpolations. That is, the...
Computer security, and intrusion detection in particular, has become increasingly important in today’s business environment, to ensure safe and trusted commerce between business partners as well as effective organizational functioning. Various approaches to intrusion detection are currently...
In our last column we took a look at analysing evidence. There are lots of other issues to consider in the analysis process that, by the nature and brevity of this column were not addressed. However, no one expects that after reading a few narrowly focused columns on electronic forensics to have...
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