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Site Advisor from McAfee: High False Positive Rate

We've checked a number of domains flagged as orange or red by McAfee, and we found that McAfee tends to flag domains that change where they…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 Mar 18, 2010

Using Advanced Link Analysis and 3rd Party Data Sources to Track Cyber Crime

Increasingly it seems that law enforcement and forensic analysts are attempting to identify cyber data breaches by linking source IP addres…

Started by Tony Agresta

0 Feb 2, 2010

Mining password database (Wall Street Journal)

Imperva found that nearly 1 percent of the 32 million people it studied had used "123456" as a password. The second-most-popular password w…

Started by Vincent Granville

1 Jan 28, 2010
Reply by Ross

Predicting Fraud

I've seen a couple of concerted efforts to develop analytics (which are based on a limited set of data) which predict fraud probability. If…

Started by Eric

1 Jan 26, 2010
Reply by Tony Agresta

Analytics and Fraud in Insurance

Hi all, If you were developing a short educational video series around Analytics and Fraud, what topics would you consider a must have?

Started by Will

1 Jan 26, 2010
Reply by Tony Agresta

Airline Fraud Prevention

Hi everyone this is my first post and wanted to get a feel of how exactly do we counter fraudulent transactions in the Airline Industries.…

Started by Pradeep

0 Dec 21, 2009

'Scareware' attacks are rising

Hackers don't even need to post text ads on the New York Times via AdWords, they can have a virus (intalled on your computer) that launches…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 Nov 28, 2009

The dark side of the internet

In the 'deep web', Freenet software allows users complete anonymity as they share viruses, criminal contacts and child pornography Reposte…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 Nov 26, 2009

Catching counterfeiters

If each printer manafucturer introduces some unique printing defect in their machines, an invisible defect that would act like a machine ID…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 Nov 11, 2008

Fake job ads - beware!

See http://www.oil-offshore-marine.com/bewarejobscams.php for full listing (UK based) As a reminder, we do not accept job ads from hotmail…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 Sep 5, 2008

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