dstiles - 10:29 pm on Mar 6, 2012 (gmt 0)
So that's ok, then. Lots of security there.
Amazon hosts so many bad bots and hackers it's unreal! Google cloud, with an even higher anonymity, is likely to be even more popular.
Security researchers say clouds will be the new high-profile target for second-rate exploiters - the top-rate ones seem to have a tight hold on ordinary servers...
"Blackhole Exploit Kit's Dominance On Infected Hosts Could Push Rivals To the Cloud"
"Cloud Service Linode Hacked, Bitcoin Accounts Emptied"
G threats in just the past 30 days...
"Google Patches 14 Chrome Bugs"
"Google Fixes 13 Flaws in Chrome"
"Researchers to Detail WebKit Zero-Day on Android Phones"
"Google Bypassing Users Privacy Settings"
"Google Reacts to Google Wallet Security Issues"
"Researchers Discover Android Mobile Botnet 100k Strong"
"Attackers Using Fake Google Analytics Code to Redirect Users to Black Hole Exploit Kit"
Me, I'm keeping well away from both clouds and mobile devices. Nearest I'll get to mobile is a Linux laptop. With NO access to anything G.