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Aug 7, 2008

Phishers target Google Lively

Google's new social networking platform is under attack.

Jul 17, 2008

DNS goes bad

We can all be grateful that Dan Kaminsky responsibly disclosed the DNS vulnerability.

Jun 20, 2008

Worming their way out

SA has been exposed to the first publicly known SQL injection worm.

Feb 6, 2008

Bad coding compromises systems

Many developers fail to realise the security implications involved in 'bad' code.

Jan 10, 2008

Looking back on 2007

Last year was a busy year for hackers, spammers and cyber-criminals, and 2008 promises more of the same.

Nov 14, 2007

Identity theft still at large

Fraudsters find the Internet is the perfect place to obtain personal information.

Oct 19, 2007

Bluetooth opens vulnerability window

The technology can be easily hacked, leaving many digital devices open to attack.


Wireless networks open basic security loopholes

Many people using wireless networks are opening themselves up to basic hacker attacks, warns Telspace MD Dino Covotsos.


Locking out stealthy hackers

Hacking is an ongoing phenomenon that companies can be unaware of because they don`t always find the evidence, says Dino Covotsos, director of Telspace.

Jun 7, 2005

Identifying peak hacker assault periods

There are specific periods when Web servers are most vulnerable to hacker attacks, says Dino Covotsos, MD and founder of Telspace.

Dino Covotsos
Founder and CEO, Telspace Systems.

Dino Covotsos is the founder and CEO of Telspace Systems, a South African IT security firm which started business in 2002. He has many years of experience in the IT security industry and has been involved in several large-scale projects worldwide, ranging from vulnerability assessment to attack and penetration testing for corporate clients. Covotsos uses his hands-on knowledge to help secure corporate networks in new ways. He has also written articles for various newspapers and magazines in the IT and government sectors, specifically on information security issues. He has also been featured on television (including BBC) and is a regular presenter at information security conferences worldwide.