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I am so excited to welcome guest Marc Cameron to the blog today. I met Marc at Bouchercon last October and must confess that before meeting him most of my knowledge about the US Marshal Service came from watching the movie The Fugitive. 2,025 more words
This post originally appeared on Campus.ie
Young people don’t care much about data security according to a recent study by Norton Antivirus.
Of a poll of 500 people under 35, Norton found that while young people were concerned about their online security and privacy, they were unlikely to do anything to protect themselves online. 886 more words
Let’s face it; MAC filtering is not an effective way to combat brute force attacks against pre-shared keys. On my Access Point (AP) at home, in other words my home router, I use MAC filtering not as a security mechanism but rather as a way to assign a private IPs to a specific device’s MAC address using a method called “IP Reservation” with DHCP. 1,076 more words