Tag Archives: safety

Five Myths About Cybersecurity

A short read on a few myths surrounding your safety and security while online.  The bottom line is that you are responsible for your own safety and your own security.  Government can do things to help, but the effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Wireless Cybercriminals Target Clueless Vacationers – Science News | Science & Technology | Technology News – FOXNews.com

I’ve fallen into this bad habit on occasion as well.  The laptop is handy, I just need to check a few emails…I wonder if there is wifi available here…lucky me, I’m getting a pretty good signal… Take heed, just because … Continue reading

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Why IE8′s ‘ClickJacking’ Solution Won’t Help Most Users | Epicenter from Wired.com

A few months ago I mentioned “Clickjacking” as a new threat.  This article gives a much better description of the mechanics of what’s really happening to make this such a threat. Source: Why IE8′s ‘ClickJacking’ Solution Won’t Help Most Users … Continue reading

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The software awards scam « Successful Software

Another oldie but goodie… Software awards.  Please, take the time to research what an award means before you go into a download frenzy over “highly recommended” software.  The awards that carry any weight whatsoever will have solid standards by which … Continue reading

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