Think Your Bank Is Responsible for Providing Adequate Security? Maybe Not!

These are US court cases, but it is an example of a battle that is, or will be, fought in every country. There is little in the way of case law to clearly determine who is liable when inadequate security results in fraudulent bank transactions. Who will pay when the money cannot be recovered? Until recently, many banks have chosen to cover the losses in order to avoid the publicity associated with these fraudulent transactions.

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It Takes a Big Heart To Ride a Big Bike

We are thrilled that in London volunteered to support Heart & Stroke’s BigBike event this year. Check out www.bigbike.ca and show your support in whatever way you can. Our SuperNerd Blair arranged for Nerds On Site nerdmobiles to lead the BigBike with nerdmobiles for the entire event, nerds involved are John M, Luis S, Emmet L, John H and John Harbarenko… I also look forward to helping out!

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Microsoft Releases New Rootkit Removal Tool

Microsoft has released a new tool (in beta) that scans and removes rootkits. It can be run from a CD, DVD, or USB drive when your computer turns on, and it will do a scan and remove any rootkits. We do *NOT* recommend the average user runs this tool. If rootkits are suspected, your Nerd can add it to his or her arsenal when performing a System Cleanup or removing viruses.

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