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    There are no foolproof ways to completely stop hacking in an enterprise, but follow these proven and common sense methods to reduce your risk.

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  • Book Review: The Art of Deception — Controlling the Human Element of Security

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    Opinion: 'How to Repel a Hack Attack'

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  • How Windows servers get hacked

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  • Hack maliciously to boost your software’s security

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  • Hacking for Dummies: Ethical hacking to expose security vulnerabilities

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  • Real vs. virtual honeypots

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  • BIOS password hacking

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