Monthly Archives: April 2008

No more “Sniffer Dogs?”

 I a recent ruling by the Canadian Supreme Court the use of Sniffer Dogs and other searching techniques such as (maybe) X-Rays may be a thing of the past. In two seperate rulings the high court deemed that this is … Continue reading

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Passwords for Chocolate?

Ok now here’s a good one. A survey of people in London (UK) showed that yes less people would give away their passwords but still way to many. According to a report in News.com they were "prepared to give away their … Continue reading

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Are you a Borg?

Probably not a question most people have asked (But if you have comment).I first asked this when I started to use medical, wearable devices (Like a TENS and now a wrist mounted ecg.)And if you have seen my previous postşyou … Continue reading

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S31 (Interum name)

Ok we need more people trained to protect our computer systems and as some say ‘the best defence is a good offence.’ To do this each of us who have any knowledge we need to pass it on. If you … Continue reading

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What type of Geek are you?

Yes You, According to Wired there are 6 kinds of geeks, and they have the spectum covered but I believe that there are overlaps in the kinds they list and of course they couldn’t put all of the different nuances … Continue reading

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Hackers vs MalZ

Ok People it’s time to give the word ‘hacker’ back. I am a hacker, in the real sense of the word. I am a programmer who uses advanced and fast techniques to write software and maintain my servers. I can … Continue reading

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