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The Elimination of Privacy

January 30, 2015


Since 9/11 Privacy has been under assault in the name of national security in the fight against terrorism. The bye product of this ‘protection of citizens’ is to strip away the very privacies and means by which individuals and collectives can question the actions of the governing elite. Without a right to privacy, how is […]

PHP should stand for Pretty Hard to Protect

January 12, 2015


A quick snapshot in time reveals that Web applications written in PHP likely accounted for 43 percent of the security issues found in 2006, up from 29 percent in 2005 (Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Vulnerability Database). By 2015 you would have expect that to have been addressed by the ever so vociferous […]