I wrote about DropBox security before, and advised on how it could be secure enough. The latest change to their terms is quite scary, and you might want to consider dropping this box totally.
Word is, DropBox is insecure. Whats the rage, and really how bad is it?
This post is a reaction to the latest headlines about Android being "unsafe" or "insecure", and being a target for malware writers. I'll include some traditional "smartphone platform religion" views, the user perspective, the security trend analysis, and of course wrap it up with a nice paranoid reflection.
I'm putting up a new website www.arbisec.com, which will have more IT security focus. It will be the home of Webinspect and hopefully other useful security tools. The website have it's own blog, and at the moment I'm wondering what would be best to post there. Security related stuff and Webinspect news of course, but … Read more
My current programming project is called "Webinspect". A web based tool for safe analysis of web sites that you would prefer a second opinion on before visiting. No matter whats on that site, you wont get exposed to harmful or malicious content as trojans, worms, rouge antivirus, or profane movies or pictures.
We've talked about antivirus, firewalls, and the battlezone on the Internet in the previous three parts. Here comes the fourth and last part.
Although being in the business for a while, I have'nt seen StopSign before on the antivirus arena. Maybe it 's because it's an all american player..and I'm not. Well, what does it look like..? Let's take a look..