“In the period of 2021 more successful security attacks and compromise will be encountered, with many high profile organisations, in multiple sectors falling on their own sword of insecurity, and will thus pay the price of the reactive style of Continue reading 2021 To See More Successful Security Attacks
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Muema Lombe explores the area of IT audit and the questions that should be asked in an incident response scenario. Continue reading IT Audit & Digital Forensics: How to use an IT audit to prepare for a computer forensics investigation.
A new zero-day exploit in Microsoft Windows was disclosed today. The exploit allows an application to elevate privilege to “system,” and in Vista and Windows 7 also bypass User Account Control (UAC). The flaw was posted briefly on a programming Continue reading New Windows zero-day flaw bypasses UAC
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In classifying digital watermarking programs as digital steganography applications, it is important to distinguish between watermarking programs that embed a visible watermark and those that embed an invisible watermark. Because the objective of steganography is to conceal the existence of information, a watermarking program that embeds a visible watermark in the carrier file could hardly be considered a steganography application. Continue reading Digital Watermarking—A Specialized Form of Digital Steganography