Also: a cyberfront to an online war; why it's a good thing your smart phone is dumb.
How Skype & Co. get 'round firewalls. Plus: PHP security, phishing facts and passwords in plain sight.
Plus: secure e-transactions, baseless Russian hacker hysteria, more.
I have my own set of question from an online debate regarding how Windows Vista implements copy protection and digital rights management.
Also: NASA hacked, and a password discovery tool that might be </i>too<i> </i>good.
Also: How Argonne Labs got users to help clean up network security.
Plus: participate in ICSA Labs' security surveys.
Plus: The FTC plays games with security, and the country's nuclear safety almost compromised by a thumb drive.
Plus: A look at cross-site request forgery and examining the spread of malware through peer-to-peer networks.
Plus: A botnet study; bad password education?
Plus: Yahoo! e-mail addresses getting rejected by U.K. site, and yet another Microsoft exploit -- this time for PowerPoint.
Also: Checking your DNS settings; bots and FUD; more.
Also: The danger lurking on USB thumb drives and in social networking sites.
Plus: Formation of an ID standards panel, update on the U.S. ID Theft Task Force and why banks might be an unsafe place for your money.
Also: ATMs working like greased slot machines; QuickTime, Flash Player invite hackers to your machine.