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Be Wary of Last-Minute Christmas Shopping Scams

December 20, 2013
Chris Fairey
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As people scramble to find those last-minute gifts for their loved ones, cyber criminals are likely to attempt some sophisticated, wide-reaching scams in an attempt to part desperate shoppers from their money.

Apple OS X 'Developer Mode' Hoax

December 18, 2013
Chris Fairey
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We have recently (within the last couple of hours) been alerted to a set of instructions that appear to be circulating on parts of the Internet telling people how to supposedly enable 'Developer Mode' OS X.

Re-Claim Your Data (Part 1: Run Your Own Storage Cloud)

October 12, 2013
Chris Fairey
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In this first of a series of posts about re-claiming your private data from 'the cloud' I will explore how you can achieve all the functionality of services like Dropbox, while ensuring you know exactly where your data is.

The Adobe Hack & Why I Think It Happened

October 4, 2013
Chris Fairey
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On October 3rd 2013 Adobe (the world's largest supplier of software and services for the design and media industries) discovered unauthorised access had been made to their systems, leading to the compromise of some 2.9 million user accounts (including encrypted credit/debit card details) and the source code for their web application server - Cold Fusion. Update […]

Apple's iCloud Keychain - Should You Use It?

September 19, 2013
Chris Fairey
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Apple announced an interesting feature they are adding to the latest version of OS X and iOS at their World Wide Developer Conference this year: iCloud Keychain. Now that iOS 7 is out, I thought I would give you my opinion as to why you should probably not use it. Edit (19/09/2013 13:01): iCloud Keychain is […]
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