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I love the CSIRO. You probably do, too. I love the idea of a group of really smart people coming together to further our collective knowledge, so to hear that the organisation is being accused of deliberately misleading a major pharmaceutical company by reportedly selling it simple chemicals masked as a complex, in-house anti-counterfeiting technology is something that can take a bit of getting used to. Here’s how it all allegedly went down.
You may recall that Amazon was implicated as the weak link in the Mat Honan iCloud hack, wherein a gadget blogger had his entire online identity nuked from orbit because Amazon gave up the secondary identifying information necessary to issue a password reset over at Apple. I’m sad to say that Amazon has clearly not improved their authentication protocols in any meaningful way, but this time it’s hurting them directly.
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