Michael Howard's Web Log

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  • Blog Post: Twitter Feed

    I've been doing this Twitter thing for a while now - I really like it, folks can get a feel for what you're up to each day. If you're interested, you can see what I'm up to by clicking 'Follow' at http://twitter.com/michael_howard
  • Blog Post: My Daughter will never be a Spy

    My kids are desperate for pets; my six-year old son wants a dog (note, a dog, not a puppy!) and my 4-year old daughter wants a cat. The worse part is my wife keeps egging the kids on, and says she'll get the a pet when I'm next out of town. Tonite I told my daughter I was leaving for D.C. for a couple...
  • Blog Post: New Microsoft Security Intelligence Report Available

    The latest Security Intelligence Report is now available. To quote the Web page: The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) provides an in-depth perspective on the changing threat landscape including software vulnerability disclosures and exploits, malicious software (malware), and potentially...
  • Blog Post: Privacy Tip o' the Day

    I'm stunned at how much private data the average citizen will divulge. I was buying some stuff yesterday, and the clerk at the checkout asked the customer in front of me for her phone #, which she was quite happy to give. Next, I was signing up for gym membership, and the guy in front of me wrote his...
  • Blog Post: My Last Day in Redmond

    Well, today is my last day in Redmond. It's pretty sad, but I'm really looking forward to being in Austin. It's been a long stretch selling the house, buying a house, dealing with builders (if you're considering building, let me know, and I'll give you some tips.) And then there's mortgage companies...
  • Blog Post: Give me strength: My kids have discovered Pokemon

    It's official. I'm old. I have no freakin' clue what my kids are talking about. They love Pokemon, and they spend ages together (which is cool) talking about this stuff. My son can recite the relationship between each and every Pokeman; what they do, what their strengths and weaknesses are and their...
  • Blog Post: From the Mouths of Babes

    A few weeks ago someone in my group suggested I blog about more than security. I asked, "Why?" He said, "So people will realize you're not a droid!" So here is my first post that has nothing to do with security, it's about parenting. More to the point, it's "write things down your kids say, you'll...
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