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Just email

19.02.2020

A human being cannot replace anti-spam

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The workshop

18.02.2020

No one gets left behind

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Unexpected guests

17.02.2020

No chance victims

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Persona (non) grata

14.02.2020

They will fish out everything

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Vulnerable

13.02.2020

Keep your software up to date and your systems invincible

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Unexpected guests

12.02.2020

Random victims

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Anti-virus fallacies

03.02.2020

The system restart problem

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Persona (non) grata

31.01.2020

An important reminder

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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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Issue comments

21.02

Phishing, pharming fraudsters! Oh my!

“It’s difficult to define pharmacy schemes because the“ look ”of a company’s sites is constantly changing, and users usually don’t monitor these changes.

Difficult, but possible.

Yes, and the antivirus will help.
If you configure it correctly ... [GREEN]

21.02

Phishing, pharming fraudsters! Oh my!

"Vigilance is needed everywhere and in everything."

And a little paranoia to boot.
It helps.
Almost always. [GREEN]

21.02

Preying on fear

Yes, the situation is familiar.

Sometimes it was even fun to get to such sites, which in turn tried not to let the victim out of their tenacious hands, blocking in any way any attempts to leave this page.

But lately I almost miss, Dr.Web eliminates.
For which many thanks to him. [GREEN]

21.02

Preying on fear

"Vigilance is needed everywhere and in everything."

And a little paranoia to boot.
It helps.
Almost always. [GREEN]

21.02

Cunning JavaScript

JavaScript itself is neither good nor bad, but the possible use determines its essence.

Therefore, it can and should be turned off, but it needs to be turned on, as some "advanced" sites are simply not loaded or displayed.

It is logical to use several browsers and the obligatory presence of a worthy antivirus, for example Dr.Web. [GREEN]

21.02

Cunning JavaScript

"Vigilance is needed everywhere and in everything."

And a little paranoia to boot.
It helps.
Almost always. [GREEN]

21.02

From Melissa Kournikova, with love

Everything repeats, the struggle continues.

As for the letters ...

The letters of “happiness” didn’t disappear anywhere and didn’t disappear at all,

and periodically pop up ... [GREEN]

21.02

From Melissa Kournikova, with love

"Vigilance is needed everywhere and in everything."

And a little paranoia to boot.

It helps.
Almost always. [GREEN]

21.02

Be smarter than your smart things!

Honestly, the IS problem is becoming (or has it already become?) So comprehensive that it is surprising that most users are not aware of it. And since manufacturers of smart things are still not concerned with information security, we can only wait for the tsunami of financial claims for unsafe gadgets from uninformed users and the corresponding hysteria in the media about this. Then, then, maybe this problem will begin to be solved? [GREEN]

21.02

Be smarter than your smart things!

"Vigilance is needed everywhere and in everything."

And a little paranoia to boot.

It helps.
Almost always. [GREEN]

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