• Best way to password protect files and folders

    Hello all, I'm not a security expert but this question is very important to me. How can I best protect my individual files and folders with a password? I think the term is password protect. I have several files that need to be secured ASAP. What should I look into here?

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    Hi everyone! I want to use dualCi to to bypass the code on my iPhone. Does my PC become vulnerable if I access that server? Can the hackers that manage the server can steal docs or pass codes from my computer? Do I risk to get a virus? Thanks guys!

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  • How to make an application for Android and iOS

    I an owner of an immigration law firm, and have my website. But, now mobile users are increasing rapidly. So I want to make an application for Android and iOS. In this application, a customer gets every information regarding Canadian immigrating to US and find an immigration lawyer in London...

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    Now my machine's address is 192.168.x.x. Can I be traced using my machines IP address or IPv4 address. Like if I tell you my machines address which is 192.168.x.x. Can you trace me?

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  • Should I take my hard drive out of my laptop for security reasons?

    I recently bought a brand new laptop with the extended warranty. I have to sent it back through for repair - something got screwed up with the keyboard. Do you think I should remove the hard drive from it first before I send it back? I'm just nervous about all the data I have on it already. Not...

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  • Did someone hack me?

    Hi! About 10 years ago, I had a strange event occur on my PC. While watching an .avi file everything froze, the screen turned black and a scary face appeared while producing a sound that was similar to a hung up vinyl playing. It was not a pop-up or anything to do with a browser. The only thing...

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  • SAP module for security

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  • Is there a training session for the potential Information security officer, one level below CISO, on how to implement the security practices

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  • Strange message above Yahoo browser tab

    Hello, When I sign onto Yahoo, there's an odd message in the top left corner. It's right about the tab. It says STR.FP. TITLE. Is this a virus? If not, what is it? Thanks.

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  • Which IT security certification should I choose?

    I have overall 17 Years of IT experience on application development and Project / Program Management. In the recent years, my focus is more in to the program management. I am very much interested to get certified on the Information Security / CyberSecurity side, as the focus on the information...

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  • How to setup Wi-Fi with multiple passwords

    I'm trying to setup a Wi-Fi service in my small town. I would like give free Wi-Fi to everyone. But here's my question: Should I give everyone a different password so they don't use another network. If so, what's the process? Any help is appreciated.

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  • Program to burn .ISO files in Windows 10

    A week ago, I finally upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. For work, I have to burn several .ISO files. I used to be able to use a Windows 7 default program but I'm not seeing it in Windows 10. Is it gone? If not, where is it located?

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  • L2 versus L3 on your WAN

    We are running Comcast Fiber between sites.  I was wondering what the best practice is for using Layer 2 or Layer 3 across the link.  We current use both.  Are there security reasons for doing one versus the other?  Also interested in hearing general thoughts on it.

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  • Best security programs for organizations

    What's the best security program or system out there (with management) for organizations / companies?

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