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Oz military megahack: When crappy defence contractor cybersecurity 'isn't uncommon', surely alarm bells ring? | The Register

While Australia’s federal government scrambles to hose down a hacking incident, it’s important to ask why a defence contractor of any size could run a network so insecure it exposed default administrative interfaces to the Internet. 18 more words

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St. Benedict medal reminds us of God's goodness

(First published in the West Nebraska Register, Oct. 6, 2017)

As I am writing this, I am still not living in Sutton, still living on friends’ couches and extra rooms and still working on trusting God to provide a place for me to lay my head each day. 843 more words

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Testing, Terms and Conditions, and a Licence to Bill

I remember – a decade or two ago – there was a certain amount of fuss when a certain security company inserted into its licence agreements the stipulation that the product was not to be tested without the blessing of the company. 1,082 more words

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Fr. Zimmer joins St. Mary's Catholic Church

(First published in the Clay County News, Sept. 13, 2017)

A new face moved to St. Mary’s pulpit in July.

Father Michael Zimmer, originally of Firth, a town of about 600 people in southern Lancaster County, moved to Sutton in July for his new assignment from the Lincoln Diocese’s Bishop James Conley. 524 more words

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Trust in the Lord

(First published in the West Nebraska Register, Sept. 8, 2017)

“O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” Matthew 14:31

About a month ago I started my first job after college in Sutton. 643 more words

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Christian Column: Decisions are tough, but God always provides answers

(Modified from The West Nebraska Register to print in the Clay County News, Sept. 6, 2017)

Decisions. We make them everyday. Some are so easy they are almost instinct. 732 more words

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