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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

24.01.2020

More questions about disk drives

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Unexpected guests

17.01.2020

No message, no problem

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

14.01.2020

Outsourced system administrators

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Some levity

13.01.2020

Hackers celebrate the holidays, too

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Persona (non) grata

24.12.2019

A hacking attempt is reason to act

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

17.12.2019

Toggle everything on!

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The workshop

13.12.2019

Updates on a planetary scale

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Food for thought

12.12.2019

How about expressly forbidden?

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Unexpected guests

05.12.2019

Quick, discrete and reliable

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Just email

29.11.2019

Linked threats

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Look out for your things!

18.11.2019

Hazardous conveniences

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

11.11.2019

Checkmate, Mr. Hacker!

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Configure it!

25.10.2019

Let's go hunting, shall we?

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Some levity

24.10.2019

Smartphone or bad manners?

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Look out for your things!

16.10.2019

Of kettles and men

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Banknote thieves

09.10.2019

Buy, but don't buy into it!

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Behind bars

07.10.2019

Two life sentences for one life

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Weak links

30.09.2019

Non-invasive data leaks

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Unexpected guests

26.09.2019

If your browser freezes

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Food for thought

09.09.2019

A fantastic reality

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Vulnerable

05.09.2019

Greetings through the back door

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Spies are everywhere

02.09.2019

Speak louder, we can't hear you

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Secure storage

14.08.2019

Is the cloud storm-free?

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Configure it!

08.08.2019

Registry sacrificed to free up disk space

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Terminology

05.08.2019

Dr.Web the anti-bomber

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Issue comments

23.01

The QR western: The Dead, the Blue and the Fake

"Only three simple rules, and no problem!"
The truth is somewhere near.
Everything is tested by practice! Wait and see. [GREEN]

23.01

The QR western: The Dead, the Blue and the Fake

The convenience of accessing the functionality of something through a QR code is undeniable: fast, simple and ... extremely unsafe, because in case of substitution of the information resource, the user can even download and install the malware without hesitation. All hope for an up-to-date antivirus, and jamming to solve the problem of the appearance of a BSOD screen can dull the attention and allow you to not notice the substitution. [GREEN]

23.01

Dog eats dog

"Crime must be punished."
But it's not always the case!
There are ordinary people, and there are untouchables. And the law does not apply to them.
They are the POWER! [GREEN]

23.01

Dog eats dog

Information for consideration ...
Ramish ...
Solution: DURA LEX SED LEX [GREEN]

23.01

A GMO-free browser

"I don’t need the Turkish coast. And I don’t need Africa."
We don’t need a "Browser" without GMOs "", give us the Internet without viruses :)
Dreaming is not bad ...
But hardly feasible. [GREEN]

23.01

A GMO-free browser

"Not all internet browsers are safe."
A fact verified by practice. [GREEN]

23.01

Malware without borders

"It is necessary to update not only the antivirus and software, but also the equipment itself (periodically)"
What is good and desirable for a legal entity is not always good and suits a simple user, unfortunately. [GREEN]

23.01

Malware without borders

What happened is gone. But times have changed and SaaS service for organizing cyber attacks has already appeared. What's next?
PS. "God, the house is gone. What will happen to steam heating?" [GREEN]

23.01

Guess the eight characters

Short but clear. And passwords ... "a good password is a complex password" :)
And preferably more authentic and confusing. [GREEN]

23.01

Guess the eight characters

"Strong password, strong protection"
Not a fact, not a fact. Bypassing protection is just the time and money spent, it would make sense. [GREEN]

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