A Lesson in Cloud

A recent Threatpost article http://threatpost.com/en_us/a3t where Greg Hoglund comes pretty close to ranting about the actions of Anon and that they did not “hack” HBGary – they just weaseled their way into the HBGary Google account – does illuminate some of the issues with using Cloud services. You see, Greg tried to do some damage […]

*Sigh* What’s ‘Google’ for BS?

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/39745736/ns/technology_and_science-security/ This stuff just won’t die – but what is even more annoying than the never-ending banality of this journalistic tripe, is the mind-numbing notion that Google does anything inadvertently.  In the words of Johnny Rotten ‘Bollocks!”.  You don’t inadventently War-Drive custom network-sniffin’, gas-sippin’, picture snappin’, Google-mappin’ vehicles through 100-some-odd countries by accident folks.  How […]

Making the Web Work for You – Part 4

Sprechen Zie Blog? Although your first reaction might be ‘Why would I want a blog on my website?’, a better question is likely ‘Why wouldn’t you?’.  You have yourself a well-designed and functioning site, you have done your due diligence with respect to Search Engine Optimization and you are keeping tabs on your site with […]

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