Online Services and Who’s Responsible for its Security?

In the news over the last 48 hours we have seen two different types of security breaches on online services and that lead me to wonder where does the responsibility lie for these breaches? The first one was Google Mail where certain people were subject to a phishing attack the other was the Sony Network.  […]

Super Injunctions – Should they be used like they are?

Super Injunctions or Gagging orders, are all over the news these last couple of days surrounding the premiership football player, now I am not here to talk this case in particular but here to talk about the law itself and how it is being used. I must admit I find it difficult on this subject […]

Mobile Security is it Needed?

This the question that BBC click asked this week, and for my really geeky mannerisms computer security intrigues me. Along with the fact that I have only just recently decided to stick with one security software provider through the good, bad and the ugly. BBC click brought up the fact that we now spend more […]

Maxthon complaint to Microsoft

On this rare occasion I am going to stick up for Microsoft here.  As part of an anti-trust court case with the European Union Microsoft was to produce something for the European Market that meant they would give users the choice of what browser they used, instead of using Windows to unfairly gain market share […]

Internet Explorer 9 Released: Will you be using it?

Microsoft tend to take slightly longer to release browsers than others in the market. So when they release a new version of its offering for the web browsing market it is always looked upon as a huge event, not only because of its slightly longer time to release it but also because it tends to […]