Posts Tagged ‘hackers’

Email “Hack” Tells University Students & Staff That U.S. President Vote Is “Tomorrow”

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Here’s another email incident example to add to your files…


Hackers Are “Rattlesnakes Without the Rattles”

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

Research into the psychology of hackers has been going on ever since Cap’n Crunch cereal whistles were used to make free phone calls to anywhere in the world.
I saw the ABC News article…


Data Will Always Be Less Safe In The Future…I Don’t Want To Get Gussied Up To Talk On The Phone

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

I have a blog problem…there are way too many things I want to blog about and not enough hours in the day to do it! Throughout each day I note news items from the TV, or website news articles, or research, or reports, or just observations while at businesses or in public, and I only have a chance to blog about a small fraction of them. Today I think I’ll just briefly mention five of the topics I’ve planned to blog about, along with a brief note about each, and then maybe I’ll be able to revisit them sometime in the near future and discuss them at greater length.