Some time ago, was on an extended stay in Tokyo for work. When one is living there, there are things one must do, like make an effort to live up to being a henna gaijin. I must disagree with those who translate that as “strange foreigner.” The proper translation is “crazy foreigner.” I’d never heard…Read More The Twain Meeting
GetAFreelancer.com has a job for you if you need some high-paid work — write a remote keylogger. Here are the project requirements: We need a keylogger that can be installed remotely. Description: The main purpose is that the user A can send an email with a program to install (example: a game or a funny…Read More Write Keyloggers Professionally!
Or something like that. You have to know how to use a Mac and be British. Her Majesty needs you.Read More Make Good Money Making Fake IDs
Michael Howard has broken the news: “Crispin Cowan joins Windows Security: I am delighted to announce that Crispin Cowan has joined the core Windows Security Team! For those of you who don’t know Crispin, Crispin is responsible for a number of very well respected Linux-based security technologies such as StackGuard, the Immunix Linux distro, SubDomain…Read More Welcome, Crispin!
If you need a change in your life, consider this job posting: Title: IT Security Architecture Manager Needed Company: TJX Companies Location: Framingham, MA Skills: Very strong technical security background in both the mainframe and distributed environments. Term: Full Time Pay: DOE Length: Full Time Detail: TJX Companies is seeking an IT Security Architecture Manager…Read More Looking for a challenge? Life dull?
Director Mike Figgis flew into LAX airport and was detained for five hours because he oopsed. He said, “I’m here to shoot a pilot.” On the one hand, yes indeed, on the list of things you shouldn’t say while in Immigration, “I’m here to shoot a pilot” is right up there with being careful how…Read More Movie Plot Threat No Longer a Metaphor
The SnoopStick offers full realtime monitoring of another computer. It’s Vista-ready, too, which perhaps says something about Vista security, or perhaps about people who have had trouble working with Vista, or both. Any time you want to see what web sites your kids or employees are visiting, who they are chatting with, and what they…Read More Rootkit on a Stick
In the Christmas double issue of The Economist, there is an interesting article about Google’s new domain-level email services and their applicability to business. I’m traveling, so I listened to the podcast version. I’m not going to criticize Google today. I think Gmail is a good service. I have several Gmail accounts. I am personally…Read More The Price of Nothing and the Value of Everything
Here’s the lead story in this week’s CSO magazine. I’m sure glad we no longer have to worry about breaches or compliance and can focus on whether we’re wearing the right things.Read More Hey, Guys and Gals, Security is No Longer a Problem!
My friends at Radialpoint are looking for a few great people to help drive their service delivery platform. They need a database development architect, a software architect, and a senior Java developer: These are leadership level positions in a growing company with great financial resources. Each of these team members will have the chance to…Read More Radialpoint Needs People