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Kaspersky: we need an Internet Interpol

By Emil
May 19, 2011
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  1. Yevgeny Kaspersky recently spoke at the Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) 2011 conference, which takes place between May 15, 2011 and May 20, 2011. He said the last fiveā€¦

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  2. yowanvista

    yowanvista TS Rookie Posts: 82

    Kaspersky=Evil
     
  3. R3DP3NGUIN

    R3DP3NGUIN TS Enthusiast Posts: 154

    This Yevgeny "bloke" sounds like Bill Gates when he tells people vaccinations are helping people.
     
  4. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 6,060   +76

    Are they not? Ask people whose kids are still getting infected with Polio because i) no access to vaccination ii) or denied vaccination due to any reason.

    I am not sure his idea of creating another layer of 'security' agency would be much helpful.
     
  5. mattfrompa

    mattfrompa TS Maniac Posts: 482   +8

    I too would appreciate links to any facts that support your implied opinion that vaccinations are not helping people r3dp.

    I actually like Kaspersky products, but I am unsure if removing anonymity is just a natural step forward or an unnecessary infringement of privacy. Right now I don't believe we have a secure enough platform to try and hold someone to ant kind of digital passport.
     
  6. madboyv1

    madboyv1 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 964   +49

    I doubt "Internet passports" or having an "online ID" would actually help (or worse, it could exasperate the problem with an additional types of identity theft being enabled), but better cooperation between the various "international anti-cybercriminal police forces" WOULD in fact help. Some countries actively reject deportation or pressue to arrest suspected criminals who do their shady business outside the country, while cracking down on the same criminal acts happening within their own border, and while initially new open channels on an international scale would be slow to show results, it will in the long run. Whether or not a new "digital Interpol" is necessary is beyond my speculations however.
     
  7. R3DP3NGUIN

    R3DP3NGUIN TS Enthusiast Posts: 154

    Okay well let me rephrase my above post, and sorry if I caused to much anger, What I should of said which is of topic now anyway, Bill Gates is promoting Vaccines that are potentially toxic to the human body due to harmful chemicals .e.g formaldehyde, aluminium, thimersol. I can give lots of links to sites and videos of Doctors etc. discrediting vaccines but there is alot out there, so do you own research, and Im not trying to turn this into a massive conspiracy either, I have done my own research and made my own mind up about what is considered safe, for certain illnesses there are lots of alternative treatments that are proven to be more affective than that of vaccinations.
     
  8. Superpeter

    Superpeter TS Member Posts: 49

    I think Kaspersky's HYPER protective after his son getting abducted for ransom..I completely understand, and agree, with him strengthening the multiple layers of security in HIS OWN SYSTEMS.(Which should trickle down to other security systems as well) Not for thew web@ large. That just creates more places for cyber-criminals to create and find holes. Cooperation between our internet "C.S.I." agencies??? Of course that is an EXTREMELY necessary step. Especially with the speed that distances can be bridged with the World Wide Web
     
  9. Mantrhax

    Mantrhax TS Rookie Posts: 36

    Who cares, im using ESET ! :p
     
  10. This push for Internet passports or having an online ID seems unnecessary, could be bypassed, kills the fun of the internet, and a thousand other bad reasons. Government issued spyware!

    And yes, I have to agree with R3DP3NGUIN in regards to toxins found in many vaccines (aluminium, thimersol, etc). Many people I know (including doctors), surprisingly have done their own research, are aware of this problem and know about alternative treatments (natural where possible). The key is self education :)
     


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