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Author Topic: 10 Worst Security Gaffes  (Read 1372 times)

Ehtyar

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10 Worst Security Gaffes
« on: August 29, 2008, 07:19:23 AM »
I'm a bit behind on my magazines, so this is old, but still interesting.

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From battle plans left in the back of hire cars to Trojans on a TomTom, Davey Winder counts down the ten worst IT security blunders.

The trouble with security is that it isn't only the good guys versus the bad guys - there are any number of idiots in between to confuse the issue and make defending your data that much trickier.

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