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Jason Mortensen

Senior Information Technology Security Architect

Motorola Inc

HQ Phone:  (800) 668-6765

Direct Phone: (480) ***-****direct phone

Email: m***@***.com

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Motorola Inc

222 W Merchandise Mart Plz Ste 1800

Chicago, Illinois,60654

United States

Company Description

Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) is a global leader in wireless, broadband and automotive communications technologies that help make life smarter, safer, simpler, synchronized and fun. Sales in 2003 were US$27.1 billion. Motorola creates innovative technological sol...more

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Paisleynet Consulting


Network Administrator

Brown & Arenofsky LLP


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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Jason Mortensen has done enough penetration testing to know it's not hard to steal passwords, pretend you're someone else and do all kinds of nasty things online. He said attackers triumph all the time by manipulating predictable Web session IDs, guessing passwords, stealing and replaying cookies, keystroke logging, network sniffing and tricking users into clicking on malicious links. "Far too many times I've found that developers put plaintext information in cookies, URLs or HTML hidden fields as a way to manage sessions," said Mortensen, an IT security engineer with Motorola's information protection services division."This is really scary, a horrible practice since the information can easily be modified by an attacker." Enterprises can blunt these attacks by enforcing strong password rules, educating users, implementing stronger session management and exploring alternative ways to authenticate users, he said.Jason MortensenIT security manager, Motorola's information protection services division Does Mortensen think the technology is the answer to all the attacks he outlined? "I'm not sure," he said.


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