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    We're seeing schemes that are taking advantage of the buzz around the upcoming developer preview release of Windows™ 9 this September. One of the threats we saw was found using some combinations of keywords like Windows 9, free, leak and download in popular search engines. It involves a potentially malicious website that offers what appears to be a free download of the yet-to-be-released Windows OS. Figure 1. Blog offering free Windows 9 download Users who click the 'Download Now' button will be redirected to a download page provided by the file-hosting service Turbobit.net. The file being ...

    Posted in Bad Sites, Social |



    The biggest security headache that consumers face on a regular basis may well be... the password. You need one to do just about anything online nowadays. This makes them very valuable targets of theft - as the news that "1.2 billion" passwords were stolen highlights. Unfortunately, remembering passwords for all the sites that people use every day can be a challenge. With that in mind, I was interested when I heard about a paper that discussed how users manage multiple passwords. Unfortunately, this paper from Microsoft and ...

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    Sporting events are getting more and more connected, and the just-concluded World Cup is no exception. Brazilian telecom provider Oi made sure that no expense was spared in 'connecting' the World Cup , and even claimed that this year's event is in fact the most connected in the history of the World Cup. Oi claims that they provided connections to all twelve host stadiums across Brazil, resulting with 32 terabytes of data being generated by the media, sponsors, volunteers and FIFA officials in just ten days.  More than ...

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    When people discuss the Internet of Everything (IoE), it refers to the introduction of computing power and networking capabilities to previously "dumb" devices like television sets, cars, pedometers, and appliances. Many believe that it is the next big thing in tech, and it offers users a wide array of benefits, allowing them to save time, money, or even improve their lives.  These gadgets range from the merely nice to have, all the way to mission critical tools. However, the Internet connectivity and computing ...

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    In the previous part of this post, we explained what the "smartification" of the home is, why people are adopting it, and looked into some of the factors that can influence how people choose to add home automation into their daily lives. What are some additional factors that influence whether smart devices are accepted into homes? Replacement of Existing Equipment As existing devices and appliances in the home need replacement, homeowners may choose to replace these with smart devices. Of course, users may ...

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