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ernard
10 min ago

I understand zero day to mean that there is a serious security issue, but I don’t know what it actually means. Where does the term “zero day” come from?

cchecca
12 min ago

All of the recent security issues in the news makes me curious - How much are my personal details and information worth in real dollars? Is there an actual...

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SilverHawk
18 min ago

After years of the wireless industry arguing against having kill switches in smartphones and opposing regulations that would mandate it, there was an...

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MGaluzzi
21 min ago

The options for protecting against DDoS attacks basically comes down to a hardware based or cloud based solution. Hardware is the traditional way and if...

Tags: DDoS, security |
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ttopp
37 min ago

When I’m using open WiFi networks for anything more than a quick bit of casual browsing, what steps are necessary to stay secure?

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ttopp
37 min ago

When I’m using open WiFi networks for anything more than a quick bit of casual browsing, what steps are necessary to stay secure?

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LolaBelle
46 min ago

When the iPhone 5S came out, I remember reading about the fingerprint scanner being relatively easy to defeat. Does anyone know if the fingerprint scanner...

delia25
50 min ago

I understand that using unsecured public WiFi is a security risk, and if I’m not using a VPN, someone can “eavesdrop” on my activity. What I don’t know is...

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dblacharski
1 day ago

Yes, it's true that everyone should know better, and should be backing up data to an off-site facility on a regular basis. But, in...

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pwarren
1 week ago

Like everyone else, I’ve heard a lot about OpenSSL since the Heartbleed security flaw was discovered. I understand that it is intended to encrypt website...

Tags: Heartbleed, OpenSSL |
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