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Email Security 101

We use our emails in a manner that may compromise our own security and we blame our flaws on others.  These few points will help you secure your mail box (and others too) as you use email in your day to day activities

1. Don't use one email account.

Most newbie's think of an email account just like you think of your postal box number. It is a good idea to have at least 3 accounts (1 for personal use, another for online newsletter subscriptions and everything you want to do, and the last for business or job related work)

 

2. Don't hold onto spammed-out accounts too long.

Over time, your email account will accumulate a lot of spam and junk mail. You will find that most of your time you have to wade around junk mail to get the email you really need. If this is the case, you will find that is better to discard the email account for a new account.

 

Last Updated (Monday, 17 February 2014 11:25)

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SOPA reincarnates to hold your computer hostage

SOPA. The dearly-beloved anti-piracy bill rightfully quashed before it reared its ugly head and became signed into U.S. law. It only took months of worldwide protests, tech media outrage, site blackouts and the occasional satirical video or two.

A huge sigh of relief spread through the technology community when the bill was discarded -- at least for the moment.

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 16 October 2012 18:29)

 

More Java vulnerabilities surface

Ars Technica reported that the hurry-up fix delivered on 8/30 for Java to address a slew of vulnerabilities reported by Polish infosec firm Security Explorations– namely, Java version 7 update 7 – itself remains vulnerable to possible e-mail or Web-based attacks. As with the previous round of vulnerabilities, the latest discovery also confers complete control over PCs should a successful exploit be launched against this vulnerability. Read More

Last Updated (Wednesday, 05 September 2012 18:07)

 

A "malicious hacker" making over $10K a week

An alleged Romanian scammer explains his simple techniques and stolen identity hustle that supposedly makes him over $10K a week via eBay. Read More

Last Updated (Thursday, 16 August 2012 17:07)

 

You thought SSD drives should be that expensive?

The CEO of solid state drive (SSD) manufacturer STEC said storage vendors are charging customers too much for SSDs.

STEC CEO Manouch Moshayedi said during the vendor’s earnings call Tuesday that the largest storage vendors – STEC’s OEM partners – are marking up SSDs from around $2 per gigabyte to $4 gigabyte to around $50 per gigabyte to $70 per gigabyte, and that is slowing the adoption of SSDs in enterprise storage.Read More..

 
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