Monthly Archives: May 2011

All your base are belong to?

OK there have been a lot of reported cyber attacks lately, from the Google attacks last year to Stuxnet to all of the energy and oil companies to governments and defense contractors like Lockheed Martin and Sony being attacked this … Continue reading

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Enough already, deal with it!

The IEA (International Energy Agency) has now stated that “This significant increase in CO2 emissions and the locking in of future emissions due to infrastructure investments represent a serious setback to our hopes of limiting the global rise in temperature to no more … Continue reading

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Java Trench (Indonesia) analysis

The fault along the south west side of Indonesia is called the Java Trench. This is a very active subduction zone where the Australian plate is being forced under the Eurasian plate. This fault system is responsible for a lot of very large earthquakes … Continue reading

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You know, this means war! Kinda

OK we have all heard of and I have written of the Mac “scareware” that has been hitting Mac users of late. Apple is putting out a fix or two to stop this and people are being told to get … Continue reading

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What led up to the Haiti Quake and what happens next?

I took a look at seismic activity in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico area. This area has, at first look an a map, a lot of small earthquakes and could be a cluster. But a cluster would have … Continue reading

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Mac needs AntiVirus?

Since when did it mean that because a person is social engineered to install a Trojan everyone needs antivirus? Those people who said, ‘hey this is a scam’ and not get infected don’t need one. One malware does not mean that … Continue reading

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Oh Sony, not again, Rule 16 may apply…

No this is not the Sony hacked again blog, but Sony got hacked again and this time it’s Canadian. Today another hit on Sony‘s web properties as the Canadian version of the Official Sony Ericsson eShop was attacked successfully. A … Continue reading

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