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2012: #yearinreview, Part 3 Posted by Sean @ 10:50 GMT

Part 3 of our 2012: #yearinreview — October to December.

October 3, 2012



October 4, 2012


October 5, 2012


October 12, 2012


October 23, 2012


November 8, 2012


November 16, 2012


November 17, 2012


November 20, 2012


November 27, 2012


December 3, 2012


December 4, 2012


December 6, 2012


December 18, 2012


December 19, 2012


Which brings us to today, the last day in the office before a long Christmas break at F-Secure Labs. But just because this blog will be a bit quiet doesn't mean we're inactive. You can follow all of Mikko Hypponen's Tweets via: https://twitter.com/mikko

Follow me, Sean Sullivan, via: https://twitter.com/5ean5ullivan

Here's an example of what I find to be of interest:



U.S. Senator Al Franken wants to ban "stalking" apps, which are often used to abuse women:

Marketplace Tech, Location Privacy

Location privacy is an important issue and the basis of our prediction that mobile spy software will go mainstream in 2013.

For excellent security and technology related news aggregation, follow: https://twitter.com/FSecure



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And now for an end of year recommendation.

Check out the Risky Business security podcast's 2012 in review for a great compilation, with soundtrack, of Aussie Patrick Gray and Kiwi Adam Boileau's weekly news segments.

RiskyBusiness2012Review

Finally, as you reflect back on the security issues of 2012, remember, don't panic.

Sometimes things just have a way of working themselves out.



Peace be with you,
Sean

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