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Jailbroken iPhone Users Get Rickrolled

The ‘big’ news this week was the first self-replicating worm hit the iPhone, it only seemed to be spreading in Australia though and only worked under a specific set of circumstances. It only effects iPhone users that have jailbroken their phone and have the SSH software installed with a default password of alpine. Thankfully it’s […]

Topic: Apple, Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Malware

Australia to Follow the UK in Terminating Content Pirates

It seems like most countries are getting more serious about the illegal downloading and the protection of intellectual property, after the UK recently proposed disconnecting ‘pirates’ from the Internet – Australia is now considering following suit. I guess this is just the start, laws will become more heavy handed and draconian as most of it […]

Topic: Legal Issues, Privacy

The Enemy Within The Firewall

I’ve seen similar figures from other organisations and countries, so the stats don’t surprise me. My peers and I have always called this Armadillo security, hard on the outside, soft on the inside. Firewall, IDS, etc…all protecting the exterior of the network, only edge devices, nothing inside, not much policies, not much privilege segregation, anyone […]

Topic: Social Engineering

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