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Microsoft computer protection fails
Mark Peters : November 11th 2009 - 13:50 CET
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MicrosoftMicrosoft COFEE computer protection fails : Well, how about that! From all sides we are being told to look after our computer security, preferably by using a hard-to-guess password, and then some ignorant person leaves the software open and unsecured, which destroys all the security just like that. In 2007, Microsoft also provided a tool, Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor (COFEE), for detection equipment such as for the police, in addition to Interpol and American government bodies, to detect and secure digital evidence in an easy way. This COFEE software has now been spread through the well-known Torrent sites and can actually be downloaded which will have severe consequences.

Computer protection

Computer protection fails
External hard drives, notebooks, DSLR cameras and other digital devices are so very prone to being stolen. If you’ve been a victim of theft, you were generally at least comforted by the thought of having your personal and corporate data protected by an effective computer security against unwanted use of third parties. However, if your equipment gets stolen by a smart burglar, you can imply wave goodbye to all your valuable data if COFEE is used. Think of all those private pictures and videos stored on your notebook.

Microsoft COFEE computer protection

Microsoft COFEE computer protection
Microsoft's COFEE runs from a USB stick and uses a combination of direct targeted commands, which provides the user of this software direct access to secured/encrypted information. At the time the news about COFEE was first published, the question already arose if and when COFEE would fall into the hands of third parties. Well that question has now been answered.
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