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Seecrets on Security A Gentle Introduction on Cryptography Part 2 By: Stan Seecrets
A slightly longer series of articles "Keeping Your Secrets Secret" will examine practical examples in greater detail and provides useful tips and advice. Of course, these will continue with the theme of making crypto and computer security easily understood.One-Way HashAlso known as a one-way function, a message digest, a fingerprint ...
Combating Viruses with Security Software By: David Chandler
Help, I was sitting in front my computer and it started acting strange! Pop-ups were on my screen and I was not even surfing the web. My home page was changed somehow and so did other web settings. My programs are at a crawl and overall my ...
Virus NightmareLessons Learned By: Mal Keenan
I got a virus the other day, Thursday I believe and since then I have been making FRANTIC efforts to save all my info.The most important thing for me to save are my Outlook Express emails and my Roboform passwords. That way I can at least access all the places ...
Phishing An Interesting Twist On A Common Scam By: Darren Miller
After Two Security Assessments I Must Be Secure, Right? --------------------------------------- Imagine you are the CIO of a national financial institution and you've recently deployed a state of the art online transaction service for your customers. To make sure your company's network perimeter is secure, you executed two ...
Ten SEO Scams and Pitfalls And How to Avoid Them By: Mike Small
As a regular author on a leading SEO specialty blog, I have the unique opportunity of corresponding with some of the greatest search engine optimization minds on the planet. Many of them provide outstanding tips. Recently I came across ten that could make or break your ranking. I've been given ...
Secrecy A Security Deterrent To Social Engineering By: Christopher Okoh
Social Engineering is the act of tricking or cunning people into giving out sensitive information, which is used for fraud, vengeance, murder or destruction.The aim of this is to bring personal gain to the perpetrator and losses to the victim. The victim could be an individual, a family, an organization, ...
Social Engineering You Have Been A Victim By: Darren Miller
Monday morning, 6am; the electric rooster is telling you it's time to start a new work week. A shower, some coffee, and you're in the car and off. On the way to work you're thinking of all you need to accomplished this week. Then, ...
Dont be a Victim of Cybercrime By: Matt Sherborne
Don't be a victim of CybercrimeWhen you access the Internet through the world wide web it is extremely important that you safe guard your personal information.There are literally thousands of people around the world that make a living exploiting the security loop holes by accessing your personal identity, passwords and ...
Email Fraud Beware of 419 Fraud By: Christopher Okoh
Email Fraud is no more news. We regularly, hear of successful frauds committed on the Internet through the use of fraudulent mails. 419 fraud is a code name for an Email Fraud originating from Nigeria.Take note, do not be deceived 419 fraud is a code name for an email fraud ...
Detect and Remove Spyware By: Mitch Johnson
The increasingly common computer and internet threat known as spyware is designed to gather information about personal and business computer users. The private information spyware is capable of obtaining about you can include your click stream, usage habits, passwords, credit card number and social security information. It is ...
Spyware Protection through Lowest User Access By: Bruce Hopkins
Many of the computers that are attached to the Internet are infected with some sort of Spyware or Adware type applications. These applications are designed to subject the user from anything from annoying pop up windows to the stealing of people's identity. As time goes along these programs will only ...
How To Avoid Online Scams By: Gary Gresham
According to an FBI report from 2003 to 2004 online scams doubled with nearly ten million new victims. This crime cost those victims nearly $5 billion of money they could not afford to lose.Sadly, people are continuing to fall for online scams where identity theft is the spammers goal. ...
Dont Make Your Computer A Target When It Comes To Physical Security By: Ralph Dandrea
Limit Physical AccessAll laptops and most desktops have built-in slots that will allow you to tie your computer down with a cable and lock. If your computer doesn't have slots, there are some security kits available that come with anchoring plates, cables and a lock. If your computer is physically ...
Social Engineering By: Neil Grogan
The official definition is 'the art and science of getting people to comply to your wishes? which is why it is so fascinating and addictive to people who desire control or power. It is essentially an art in its own right, as very few people can manipulate people, whilst the ...
Worms Horses Bugs and Thugs By: John Geiger
?A determined hacker is hard to stop. But those malevolent crackers would rather walk through an open door than pick a lock? writes Michael Fitzgerald of Extreme Tech.With all of the viruses, worms, trojan horses, and other new phenomenon called by old words running rampant, how do we ...
Stop Buying the Internet Hype By: Kevin Anderson
In my research around the net it amazes me how many different products online are out there that are complete junk. The thing that is scary to me is that people are buying them every day!Make a million dollars at home just by pushing a button! You can ...
Web Conferencing Readers So What Do We Do with the PAYPAL SPAMMER By: Steve Scully
From: ?Paypal Security? Subject: New Security Requirements Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 19:20:51 -0800Dear valued PayPal? member,Due to recent fraudulent transactions, we have issued the following security requirements.It has come to our (attion)**Spelling Mistake**, that 98% of all fraudulent transactions are caused by members using stolen credit cards to purchase ...
Do I Need a Firewall By: Bob Rankin
"I've heard conflicting reports on whether or not I should be using a firewall. Some people say they are only needed for dialup users. Others say you MUST have a firewall if you have a highspeed DSL or cable connection. Can you give me some advice on this?"What Happens When ...
Adware or Spyware is Easy to Control and Must Not be Ignored By: Monty Cordello
Adware is on of those things that most internet users don't even think about until its too late. More often than not the majority of us do not even realise the existence of spyware until the damage has been done. Each and every day thousands of hidden applications are trying ...
AntiSpyware Coalition Watching the Henhouse By: Donna Johnson Edwards
In 2003 the Consortium of Anti-Spyware Technology vendors (COAST) was formed to ?collaborate on projects to increase awareness of issues involving spyware.? Their goals included helping consumers understand what had been installed on their systems, enabling them to remove what they didn't want and pressuring the advertising software industry to ...
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