Schneier: I don’t think this is a good idea.
Archive for 2010/07/18
VirusBlokAda also claims that the two files used in the attacks they have observed are digitally signed by Realtek Semiconductor Corp., a real company. No explanation is provided as to how this could have happened.
Finally, Krebs reports that this particular malware appears to be designed for targeted espionage, as it looks for Siemens WinCC SCADA systems. Such an application would justify the use of such high-quality attack features.
Certificate Used to Code-Sign Malware Was Expired
The bank: visitors to www.snsbank.nl are providing information about their wishes and interests through their websurfing behavior. SNS Bank likes to use that data, but we’ll only do so if you do not object to it.
In relation to your surfing behavior you will receive customized and relevant information from the SNS Bank. That could also happen by phone, e-mail, snail mail or SMS. That is, if you do not object.
If you do not want this to happen, please contact the SNS Bank Customer Service. After having completed the online call back form, the customer service will ring you up and make sure your request is being dealt with speadily.
Dutch language article: http://security.nl/artikel/33896/1/SNS_Bank_past_privacy-_en_cookiereglement_aan.html
Lawyers for Ministry of Sound and other music labels are seeking compensation, threatening court action unless file sharers pay
So Motorola spoke up on the Droid X’s eFuse issue: if you install unapproved ROMs on your Droid X, your phone won’t break. It’ll just go into recovery mode and be unusable until you install Motorola approved software