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August, 2012

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August 31, 2012  7:14 PM

And you thought I was joking!



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Password, Secure Computing, Security, Security best practice

My last post, "Humor: Only an idiot...," was a poke at the lighter side of password security, particularly ridiculously easy-to-guess passwords. Unfortunately, it is an all-to-common habit even for the...

August 30, 2012  3:35 PM

Humor: Only an idiot…



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Security

Some people just never learn... [brightcove]


August 28, 2012  7:10 PM

Forget all those clever password creation tips: The bad guys know them all



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Password, Secure Computing, Security, Security best practice

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August 22, 2012  1:35 AM

We must be careful about what we do on the internet: Part 3



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Malware, Secure Computing, Security, Security best practice

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August 21, 2012  1:55 AM

We must be careful about what we do on the internet: Part 2



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Malware, Secure Computing, Security, Security best practice

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August 20, 2012  2:54 AM

We must be careful about what we do on the internet: Part 1



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Malware, Secure Computing, Security, Security best practice

As a network admin at Antonelli College, one of my duties is making sure that the students are fully briefed on safe browsing practice. It's always nice when one of their peers gives us a hand. Hunter Mitchell, a student worker at the Hattiesburg, Mississippi campus came up with a very good summary...


August 3, 2012  6:17 PM

Microsoft releases Attack Surface Analyzer 1.0



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Security, Security best practice, Security management, Security tools

From the MSDN blog:

Last year we released a beta version of our free Attack...


August 1, 2012  8:18 PM

It’s not nice to fool with Anonymous



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Security

It is an unprecedented boneheaded move that a French company, Early Flicker, or E-Flicker, is certain to regret. They have registered the Anonymous headless man logo and the slogan...


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