The spy in your server room

Tuesday, 6 November 2007, 12:03 AM EST

How many times have you passed an unknown person in the hallway at work, held open a keycard-protected door for a stranger or let an office guest wander unaccompanied to the rest room?

It may seem harmless enough, but the staff of TraceSecurity is banking on this type of human error to help them gain access to your personal information.

At PCMag.

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