Author Bio
Roger Grimes
Roger A. Grimes is contributing editor of the InfoWorld Test Center. Roger holds over 40 computer certifications and has authored eight books on computer security. He has been fighting malware and malicious hackers since 1987, beginning with disassembling early DOS viruses. He currently runs eight honeypots to track hacker and malware behavior and consults to companies from the Fortune 100 to small businesses. A frequent industry speaker and educator, Roger currently works for Microsoft as a Principal Security Architect. He also writes the Security Adviser blog.

Malicious Web: Not just porn sites

Honeypots as sticky as ever

Security: The great privacy compromise

Old apps, new vulnerabilities

Thoughts from Black Hat

File encryption dos and don'ts

Recovering from identity theft

Identity theft? What identity theft?

Anti-phishing techniques for the real world

Secure applications in a secure ecosystem: the next challenge

IIS vs. Apache: Re-examining the statistics

BeyondTrust keeps Windows users from abusing privileges

PGP NetShare locks down shared folders and files

A secure Internet requires a secure network protocol

The security solution revolution, continued

The security solution revolution

Ever-evolving malware is getting nastier

Password-cracking challenge update: second password revealed

Why I hate RBLs

Should vendors close all security holes?

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