Skip to main content

The WiKID Blog

Viewing posts tagged Mutual Authentication

kaspersky-labs-update-on-bank-attacks

Hat tip: Securology.

mitm-attacks-tokens-vs-phishing-and-mutual

Kurt at anti-virus rants has a pair of posts, one on what is man-in-the-middle attack and a follow up on why tokens won't stop phishing, which lead me to an earlier post on why safe site indicators fail.

more-on-layered-authentication

Ok, I slagged the concept of 'layered' authentication as a marketing neologism in my response to Eric Nolan's identity predictions for 2006. I was overcome by prediction hysteria. I've got to calm down...

more-on-online-brokerage-fraud

The Washington Post has an article today about the the increase in online brokerage fraud.

E-Trade Financial Corp., the nation's fourth-largest online broker, said last week that "concerted rings" in Eastern Europe and Thailand caused their customers $18 million in losses in the third quarter alone.
To put that into perspective, E-Trade earned $128.1 million on revenue of $488.7 in their fiscal fourth quarter.

more-predictions-for-2006

I already did some predications over on IDWorld. Of course, if I were afraid to fail I would have a real job. Here are more predictions for 2006:

Recent Posts

Archive

2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008

Categories

Tags

Authors

Feeds

RSS / Atom