Saar Drimer's predictions for Israeli Trojan prosecutions

Saar Drimer, security blogger and student at  University of Cambridge in the UK, has been following the Haephrati Trojan case in Israel from day one. His prediction is that the couple that wrote and sold the Trojan horse software will get off with a few months in jail, probation, hefty fines, and expulsion from Israel.

Saar Drimer, security blogger and student at  University of Cambridge in the UK, has been following the Haephrati Trojan case in Israel from day one. His prediction is that the couple that wrote and sold the Trojan horse software will get off with a few months in jail, probation, hefty fines, and expulsion from Israel. Their home is in England. I am watching for what happens to the Private Investigators that executed the attacks against dozens of Israeli companies and most importantly, the executives at the firms that hired the PI's to spy on their competition.

If you have not been following this case you should be aware of one thing. It is stupidly simple to modify an existing virus, worm or Trojan and deliver it into your organization without your Anti Virus software detecting it. This is the targeted attack vector of choice and it will be your biggest security concern of 2006-07.  

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