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FBI Director Almost a Phishing Victim

The fact that FBI Director Robert Muller almost fell victim to an online banking phishing scam which he said was started with an authentic looking email should be very scary news for all of us. After all, this isn't a...

Selling to the Government: GSA Explained

 There is a once in a lifetime opportunity ahead of us as the government prepares to spend unprecedented amounts of money for a variety of initiatives. The reality is that a small percentage of companies are doing most of the...

The FBI Accidentally Drizzles on Digium's Parade

There has been some recent madness in the open source communications world and I thought I had to get involved to get the matter settled properly. Some media outlets reported on the fact that the FBI put out a...

Google's Government Wins

Google is slowly but surely racking up government wins and has some pretty big names under its belt so far. For example, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. Coast Guard, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the...

Fake Tech Gear

I thought it worth sharing an article in the Wall Street Journal regarding fake electronics equipment. This is not the first article I have read describing this problem but this story does describe the first time I have heard of...

Wanted: Dead or Alive

Haven’t we all seen those old Western movies with those “Wanted” posters looking for bandits? I know I have. Now it is time for those posters to go high-tech in the form of electronic billboards the FBI will use to...

FBI on VoIP

Here is a radio interview from NPR with Robert Mueller, director of the FBI. One of the points of interest from the interview is that they must adjust to the latest technologies like disposable cell phones, and VoIP. As he...

Skype Eavesdropping

It is generally assumed that Skype calls cannot be tapped and since the company uses 256 bit encryption Skype calls are twice as secure as many internet credit card transactions. According to this story, Kurt Sauer, Skype’s chief security officer...
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