How to Use PortableApps to Make Your Life Easier

Back in 2018, Arnold Villeneuve shared a post about using PortableApps to access presentation tools. PortableApps is a versatile tool and I used it for more than presentations. There are multiple times when I don’t have my laptop handy, and even if I did, it may not have all the applications my desktop does. When […]
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Voice Assistants at Work: Can You Trust Them Not To Eavesdrop?

Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and other digital voice assistants are rapidly moving from the home to the workplace. Along with the many potential benefits, there are concerns to consider. The idea of asking a voice assistant to set reminders, answer questions, and remember ideas is compelling. I can see using them in meetings and training […]
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Stick Your Documents On An e-Reader

Gone are the days of carrying sheaths of papers to a business meeting. It is far more convenient to use a notebook, tablet, or e-reader. While software is available for a notebook to read almost any file format (or view that format on the web), tablets and e-readers can be a bit trickier. A small […]
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Spammers and phishers often forge email “from” addresses to make their messages look legit. DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is a tool designed to help these forgeries. The idea behind DKIM is straightforward: an outgoing mail server digitally signs an email message and the receiving system, or perhaps the mail client itself, verifies the signature. In […]
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The New CWE List is Out: There Are A Lot of Familiar Entries

The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that it does exist. Zig Ziglar It is important for us to know what the weaknesses in computer systems in order to know how to secure them. To that end MITRE maintains lists of computer vulnerabilities and weaknesses in software systems. They recently updated the […]
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