Rodney Campbell's Blog

2006.09.27 Daily Security Reading

by on Sep.27, 2006, under Security

Apple Security Not Yet Cause for Alarm

There’s a persistent perception that because Apple is moving to the Intel platform and now allows Macs to boot to Microsoft’s Windows, the potential for more security mischief rooted in Windows could raise a ruckus on the Mac. However, when you install Windows on a Mac via Boot Camp, all the viruses and Trojans you’d rather not encounter on Windows attack only Windows.

Patch the IE Flaw Microsoft

Hackers are intensifying their attacks on Internet Explorer users, increasing the chances that Microsoft will patch a critical flaw in the software ahead of its regularly scheduled October 10 security update. Update: Our wish has been fulfilled as Microsoft releases fast patch for IE flaw and Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-055.

Uninformed Volume 5 Released

Does Your Web Browsing Create a Unique ‘Clickprint’? [pdf]

We address the question of whether humans have unique signatures – or clickprints – when they browse
the Web. In this paper we present a data mining approach to answer this “unique clickprint determination problem”.

Comments are closed.

Looking for something?

Use the form below to search the site:

Still not finding what you're looking for? Drop a comment on a post or contact us so we can take care of it!

Copyright © 2015 Rodney Campbell

Images contained on this web site may not be used or reproduced in any way without prior permission.