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Douglas Bonderud

Freelance Writer

A freelance writer for three years, Doug Bonderud is a Western Canadian with expertise in the fields of technology and innovation. In addition to working for the IBM Midsize Insider, The Content Standard and Proteomics programs for Skyword, Doug also writes for companies like Ephricon Web Marketing and sites such as MSDynamicsWorld. Clients are impressed with not only his command of language but the minimal need for editing necessary in his pieces. His ability to create readable, relatable articles from diverse Web content is second to none. He has also written a weekly column for TORWars, a videogaming website; posts about invention and design for InventorSpot.com and general knowledge articles for WiseGeek. From 2010-2012, Doug did copywriting for eCopywriters.com. Doug is currently a municipal police officer, on track to become a fantasy/sci-fi author.

Written By Douglas Bonderud

New WordPress Security Release Crosses Out XSS Vulnerabilities

A new WordPress security release is recommended for anyone running the content management platform since it addresses two critical XSS vulnerabilties.

Do No Harm? Medical Device Vulnerabilities Put Patients at Risk

Hospitals now rely on medical device technology to improve care outcomes, but are security flaws in these devices putting patients at risk?

‘S’ for Stick? New HTTPS Requirement Drops the Carrot

Mozilla's upcoming HTTPS requirement will force developers to comply with its new security measures or get blocked from the browser.

CareerBuilder Phishing Emails: No Lure Needed?

New CareerBuilder phishing emails are leveraging the trusted site to reel in unsuspecting businesses, and even savvy users may be fooled.

Mobile Threat Report: Dead Apps Walking?

Dead apps now pose a serious threat to enterprise security, according to a new mobile threat report. What can companies do to avoid these mobile zombies?

Bodyprint Biometrics: Are People the New Password?

Yahoo has introduced a new type of biometric security, Bodyprint, which allows users to unlock their mobile devices with multiple body parts.

New iOS 8 Vulnerability Taps Worrisome Wi-Fi Exploit

A new type of iOS 8 vulnerability combines WiFiGate and an SSL compromise to cripple iPhones, according to mobile security firm Skycure.

New Cyberattacks Put Public Officials’ Private Data at Risk

New cyberattacks are putting public officials' private data at risk as cybercriminals use an informationg gathering technique known as doxing.

Google Ad Services Pushes for Near-Total Traffic Encryption to Fight Malvertising

In response to growing incidents of malvertising, Google Ad Services has announced that the majority of its traffic will be encrypted by June 30.

Dropbox Bounty: Big Bucks for Bugs?

The new Dropbox bounty program looks to catch software vulnerabilities in their infancy by rewarding researchers. So far, payouts have no maximum.