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Re: Online Security: Very Bad and Getting Worse
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2011-04-06 08:48:00
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The state of Web security has never been pretty, and a new report from Symantec discussing current and future threats only highlights just how risky the Internet environment has become.
The daily volume of Web-based attacks increased an eye-popping 93 percent from 2009 to 2010, the report says -- and that's a particularly significant increase given the high level of attacks prior to 2009. Many of the latest attacks were targeted, Symantec noted -- in fact, targeted attacks were an overriding theme for the year.


The state of security: Symantic
Posted by: ContinuumP 2011-04-06 12:50:00 In reply to: Erika Morphy
Yes theres been bad news from RSA,Symantec,etc. The good news if you want a new breaking story is.....Yes, we have a TRUSTED chip set and willing to license any US or Canadian OEM. "Trusted in general speak means commercialized NSA specifications."Feel free to email me: continuump@gmail.com.
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Advanced security measures will protect the legitimacy of the elections.
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