My spin: Very enlightening article about computer break ins via Gotomypc.com and a key-stroke logging tool at Kinko’s public computer terminals.
NY Times News Clip: ON a steamy summer day, the 16-story apartment building on Kissena Boulevard in Flushing, Queens, hardly looks like a place where Secret Service agents would show up with a search warrant, and later for an arrest. Women trudge from the bustling markets just two blocks away, children and bags in tow; elderly couples sun themselves on park benches. Nothing about the quiet, neatly kept grounds suggests a crime scene.(full story)
Network Magazine had an articlea on keystroke loggers and provides some more commentary and possible solutions.
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