Video: Lessons from the Bin Laden raid and cyber-war

Video: Lessons from the Bin Laden raid and cyber-war

Summary: Security and privacy rights researcher Christopher Soghoian argues that the nation-state behind the Flame malware exhibited major short-sightedness with the decision to destroy trust in Microsoft's Windows Update utility.

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Security and privacy rights researcher Christopher Soghoian argues that the nation-state behind the Flame malware exhibited major short-sightedness with the decision to destroy trust in Microsoft's Windows Update utility.

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  • Military objectives are not the same as

    commercial objectives. Sabotaging a nuclear program being developed by a rogue nation is a little more important than propping up the reputation of a software vendor.
    baggins_z
  • Dr. Afridi

    The doctor who worked for the CIA has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for treason. I think he is getting off lightly.
    How many Pakistani children will die because their parents refuse to let them be immunized? And we are worried about security updates for consumers?
    anselm1956
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