Yearly Archives: 2009

58 posts

Kaspersky on Internet Anonymity

Noted anti-virus vendor Eugene Kaspersky has weighed extravagantly into the larger security problem, arguing that  “anonymity causes security headaches and should be outlawed <http://blogs.computerworld.com/14940/eugene_kaspersky_wants_no_net_anonymity>” (http://blogs.computerworld.com/14940/eugene_kaspersky_wants_no_net_anonymity).  So he wants an Internet Passport. This is surely madness.  The social repercussions are obvious, while it’s not at all clear what problem it might […]

Kantara will align methods to securely login

Please Note: This article was originally written in Dutch and appears on the site Automatisering Gids (English: “Automation Guides”). The article has been translated by Google Translate here: http://bit.ly/3Dqc4A. The direct link to the original article is here: http://bit.ly/1cvvwg October 23rd, 2009 – by Richard Keijzer Various parties have tried […]