July 18, 2010  4:21 PM

I Just Scored 65.1% on the LastPass Security Challenge



Posted by: Ken Harthun
LastPass, Password, password manager, secrurity practice, Secure Computing

Last week, I posted the results of my first LastPass Security Challenge where I scored 55.7%. I was a...


July 11, 2010  11:30 PM

I Just Scored 55.7% on the LastPass Security Challenge



Posted by: Ken Harthun
LastPass, Password, password manager, Secure Computing, Security Now!

Back in 2010 February, I wrote about LastPass and touted its ease of use. I also talked about how easy it made the habit of using secure passwords:

Besides...


June 27, 2010  9:19 PM

My Top Five Biggest Security Issues



Posted by: Ken Harthun
firewall, Password, Phishing, secrurity practice, Secure Computing, Security

How long have you been in...


June 5, 2010  12:58 AM

If Encryption Is The Magic Bullet, Why Doesn’t Everyone Use It?



Posted by: Ken Harthun
data breach, DataManagement, Encryption, secrurity practice, Secure Computing

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May 13, 2010  2:20 AM

Secure Computing: Password Card is a Winner



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Password, Secure Computing, Security

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May 4, 2010  12:37 AM

Secure Computing: Harden Your Browser



Posted by: Ken Harthun
14 Golden Rules of Computer Security, Browsers, Internet Explorer, javascript, Scripting, Secure Computing

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April 16, 2010  2:56 PM

Software for Secure Computing: dsCrypt



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Encryption, Secure Computing, Software for Secure Computing

I found this nifty little encryption utility on Gizmo's Freeware Reviews site and immediately fell in love with it. It's lightweight (25K), fast and easy to use. Double click the single executable and a small box appears (see below)....


March 29, 2010  1:57 AM

Technospeak: Fundamentally Vulnerable Structure



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Secure Computing, Security, security awareness, Virus, Vulnerabilities

I'm weary. Very weary. There is just so much to keep up with in the way of patches and fixes for security vulnerabilities across so many applications and in nearly every OS that I no longer even bother trying to stay on top of it all. My main concern, of course, is Windows/Microsoft and the...


March 13, 2010  3:36 PM

Worth Repeating: Use a Dedicated PC for Online Banking



Posted by: Ken Harthun
Cybercrime, Identity Theft, Online banking fraud, Secure Computing, security awareness

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