When I was a software developer, I never joined any dev communities. I didn’t see the point. I also worked evenings as a professional musician and mostly spent time within the music community and sports groups I was a part of. I spent time with my dev friends at work; I didn’t understand why I […]… Read More
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The United States Department of Justice has charged three North Korean computer programmers with a range of cyber attacks that made headlines around the world. Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
I’ve been quite troubled lately with all the talk of America’s fall. First, I’m American. Second, I served in the military. Third, well, I’ve just read a lot about social cohesion, social unrest, and the various causes of the disintegration of a government and country. It’s troubling to imagine that happening to us. So I was happy to…
Each February, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and other countries observe Black History Month. It’s a month-long celebration of the generations of black people who have elevated society by the way in which they’ve lived their lives. It’s also an opportunity for us to recognize that there’s still plenty of work to do […]… Read More
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Payment page malware infection live for most of March, snares 20k punters
British hardware chain Robert Dyas’ website has been hit by credit-card stealing malware that siphoned off customers’ payment details including the long card number, expiry date and security (CVV) code.…