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Europe – via ENISA, the EU network and information security agency – is setting its shoulder to the Sisyphean task of trying to align its various national Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs). The problem, the agency says in a new paper published here, is that there's a lack of cross-border coordination of Computer …

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In the paper, ENISA said CERTs had told it that as well as arbitrary changes to information feeds, “many feed publishers do not adhere to the standardised feed formats and create their own feed templates,” and would prefer that publishers stick to standard XML or even CSV formats.

That is most probably because standardised feed formats are intentionally cynically designed to have a whole series of entrapment hoops to be jumped through before one gets to where one thought one was going only to be confronted by there being nothing there worthwhile. It is a tired old phishing strategy which no longer works whenever looking for the smarter elements that be now needed to phorm future successful projects and programs and remote controlling virtual executive administrations.

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The problem, the agency says in a new paper published here, is that there's a lack of cross-border coordination of Computer Emergency Response Team actions

Er isnt that to be expected as each "border" has its own security implementation and techniques to prevent such issues in the first place.Why would one country change what works for it and its infrastruxture for something that may be worse or may not work at all.

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Security at its finest .... Get used to it.

Security at its finest …. The problem, the agency says in a new paper published here, is that there's a lack of cross-border coordination of Computer Emergency Response Team actions

Er isnt that to be expected as each "border" has its own security implementation and techniques to prevent such issues in the first place.Why would one country change what works for it and its infrastruxture for something that may be worse or may not work at all. ….. Arachnoid Posted Wednesday 27th November 2013 12:00 GMT

GCHQ Rules, and Rules the AIRoost, Arachnoid.

You may dispute it but one cannot change it.

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GCHQ Rules the roost

Only in the western world

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Re: GCHQ Rules the roost

GCHQ Rules the roost Only in the western world ....Arachnoid Posted Wednesday 27th November 2013 20:49 GMT

Quite so, Arachnoid, but such is a lesser lower perch that Cheltenham maintains and sustains for sub-prime peers in charge of compromising systems with compromised systems, whereas Global Control Head Quarters with Enterprising Intelligent Communities operate from heavenly nests with virtual nodes everywhere in Creative Cyber Command and Control Space and the Erotic Exotic East delights IT with such a Glorious Cornucopia of Insatiable Temptations to Addictively Satisfy Temporarily.

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