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US Deptartment of Homeland Security : People are nosy

You might have all of the fire walls and Internet security software on the planet, but sometimes there’s just no creating human curiosity and stupidity.
Bloomberg reviews the fact that US Department of Homeland lately went an experiment on government employees to determine how easy it had been for cyber-terrorist to get into personal computers, without resorting to direct network access. Computer disks and USB stays were dropped in parking plenty of government structures and companies, and 60% of people who selected them up blocked the products into office computer systems. And whenSo when the drive or Compact disc had the official logo design upon it, 90% were installed. The entire set of the Homeland Security study is because of be released later in 2010. You could possibly recall the Stuxnet Microsoft Home windows earthworm this past yeara year...

Performance speeds: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 vs. Apple iPad 2

Can the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 best the iPad 2 in my grueling performance speed tests? Read on to find out. And please check out the full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for more of an all-encompassing view of what it has to offer. Once again, I take you into the murky bowels of CNET Labs to deliver hard-hitting performance test results for tablets. Well, I guess “hard-hitting” is a relative term. Let’s try “light-touching.” I guess I’d just like to avoid getting raked over the coals for promising too much, because if I’ve learned anything from Scotty from “Star Trek,” it’s to never overpromise. Actually, he was more of an underpromiser, but I shouldn’t take my humility too far, lest it come back to take a significant chunk out...