Don’t Be Spoofed!

This is the high season for e-mail spoofing where cyber criminals pretend to be your bank, retailer or other business attempting to get your private information, steal your identity or install a virus on your computer. These spoof e-mails range from crude attempts to very convincing. Good spoofs can fool the casual, or even the […]

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@ the Shows

We participated in the Health 2.0 conference last week and a new conference called Techmanity this week. I talked to some very interesting people that need to find a secure way of sending their e-mails. Even though in Healthcare there are systems in place at large providers there is still a need for sending common […]

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How to Stop Celebrities From Exposing Themselves

It turns out the recent  iCloud celebrity “hack” wasn’t really a hack at all. There wasn’t some super genius computer geek that through superior knowledge of Apple’s infrastructure found a way into their inner system. It required no more skill than a common thief tricking celebrities  into thinking an email they constructed was from Apple […]

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Warning: Apple E-mail Attachments Not Secure

  According to Andreas Kurtz, a security researcher who tested the security of Apple’s iOS7 e-mail application, Apple is not encrypting attachments leaving them exposed to theft. Kurtz posted this in his blog on April 23, 2014 and said that he has informed Apple but has yet to hear when they might address the issue. […]

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