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You should know by now that using common passwords is a bad idea. And you may have heard of recent password breaches and that you should change passwords on breached sites. But there is an additional threat: credential stuffing. Whenever there is a breach where usernames or email addresses are disclosed and can be matched […]
“We’ve been watching your browsing and…” begins yet another ransomware email. The ones I receive allege that they have my password from a porn site (I’ve never visited one), they’ve compromised my router and seen the porn I watch (again, I don’t), and that they know the password for my email server (I’ve never used […]
For National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we are resharing some of our most popular cyber security blogs from the past year to ensure you are staying #CyberAware online – whether at home or in the office. Maybe you’ve heard a little about the Certified Ethical Hacker or CEH exam. You probably have some questions: What […]
The popular blogger and writer Cathy Reisenwitz had a blog post recently listing some Groups to Follow for Tech, Science and Telecommunications Policy. This reminded me of my post some time ago about Keeping Current. She listed some great sites including the EFF and CDT. Her post got me thinking about cyber security resources and […]
A friend used to run a server room at a medium-sized company. The main door had a heavy pushbutton combination lock – it looked secure. The back door, however, was left open as the room got too hot when it was closed. Everyone went in and out the back door. The locked door was simply […]