Category Archives: security

Trust and be damned

Do not trust and be damned as well. Have it either way. I am leaving Heidelberg after Troopers13 – a week packed with an intensive exposure to all the novelties of information security, casually called ‘hacking’. My takeaway is simple: … Continue reading

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Every year I make the trip to the city of Heidelberg to deliver my insight in trust to the hardest public possible: security experts. These are the people who are made to believe that trust is a weakness, a crack … Continue reading

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Drill baby drill

The story looks like any other one. Hackers managed to get login credentials for Experian’s credit scoring reports after they broke into the systems of Abilene Telco Federal Credit Union last year. Nothing special. Thinking of it, this is a … Continue reading

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