Names like bong
are pretty normal in the Philippines.
We've been hearing for years that MySpace and other social networking sites can represent a gaping chink in an otherwise hardened corporate network. Now a London-based security consultant has created a tool that proves it. Enter the PKI Book, created by Petko D. Petkov. Just type in the domain name of an organization you, er …
I just know it but I am too tired to figure it out right
now maybe later it will come to me something along the lines those Chinese industrial espionage spys were running ie targeted spamsploits this just makes that easier than it should be but there
is more meat here than that.
Won't that prove to be something of a major restriction, given the relatively small number of actual PGP users? Wouldn't a search against the email addresses of NIC handles given in whois responses or those in DNS SOA records provide a larger sample of people? Seems to me though that the people most likely to be affected are in a technical role, so with a bit of luck are less likely to fall for the scams intended for them.
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