Archive for November, 2007

Nov 15 2007

Preparedness plans for vulnerable society

Published by under Continuity,Risk

How do you handle the power failure scenario when performing your own disaster planning exercise? This is a recurring question I often get during disaster recovery educations. Investing in a diesel generator to ensure electricity to the environment to keep the equipment up and running long enough to perform secure and controlled shutdown (if needed) […]

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Nov 04 2007

Smartcard for multiply operating systems

Published by under Security

Have you ever been trying to get commercial smart card solution available on the marked to work with more than just one operating system? Then you might be familiar with that it’s not a walk in the park to get it to work. During my evaluation of both hardware and software I quickly noticed that […]

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Nov 03 2007

MSN Hotmail – New King of Spam a lot

Published by under Security

Couple of month ago and after getting totally sick of all the spam in my mailboxes, so I changed the configuration and installed greylisting support on the mail server. So how does greylisting work? What happen is that each time a given mailbox receives an email from an unknown contact (ip), that mail is rejected […]

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Nov 03 2007

Has airport security improved?

Published by under Security

As a frequent flyer within Europe one takes notice of the increased and changed security activities due to the unprecedented events of 11 September 2001. Although there has been an increase in the level of security at many airports, the question is still if all airports have made the proper changes. Let’s take Sweden’s largest […]

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