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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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Just email

25.07.2019

Hoax exposed

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Android territory

24.06.2019

Install updates if you want to keep your system healthy

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Configure it!

06.06.2019

To delete or not to delete

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Persona (non) grata

05.06.2019

False evidence

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

29.05.2019

My folders are your folders!

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

27.05.2019

Inside my computer

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

23.05.2019

When permissions must be restricted

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Kids’ web 2.0

21.05.2019

Inexperienced hackers

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Issue comments

05.12

Quick, discrete and reliable

Never turn off the power.No, not even in my mind. [Toma]

05.12

Non-invasive data leaks

Security is not easy. I have a permanent Internet connection I used to be with virgin media, I then switch to another company who are famous for being hacked by a child who attempted to blackmail them. Because their customers deserted them over such a ridiculous hack they offered me good terms a good contract. My computers are permanently connected to the Internet. I understand my Windows workstations and their two-way firewalls. With the Linux desktop I cross my fingers and look at log files and hope for the best. I have passwords for so many things that I cannot remember the passwords, so I write them down and where do I put them? on my computer. They should be put into an encryptor which also requires a password. My head is exploding with passwords I even needed a password to post this. I have passwords unencrypted in my computer. Security security is all well and good but you have to work and your eyes are tired and you cannot continuously read about security. Is not Dr Web meant to be looking after my security? :-)) [pigsy]

05.12

Linked threats

Malware attachments cannot be blocked in the U.K. because of zero hour contract work. This is agency work and you work to a contract which may end suddenly. Your payslip will be sent by e-mail and you never know which company is sending you the confirmation payslip or what format they may use ( pdf ) or ( Microsoft office ). Some may send you a link and demand that you log onto that website to download your latest payslip. You must keep track of your payslips or the agencies may short-change you or simply conveniently forget to pay you. Agency work zero hour contract work is now big business in the U.K. exploitation. They exist in all types of work in the U.K. from nurses and so on. You do not have a choice but to check those links or attachments in e-mails if you do not you may lose your money.

I use a personalised e-mail system and use Dr Web on a Linux desktop which scans the e-mails and then passes them on to smb: for the Windows workstations they then get scanned again on the Windows side by a different brand of virus scanner a double-check. stupid virus writers can make a hard life even harder so you have to be careful. Unfortunately because of my domain name i receive quite a lot of malware.
[pigsy]

05.12

Quick, discrete and reliable

Never turn off the power.Yes, and slowdowns in the system do not see. [Masha]

05.12

Quick, discrete and reliable

Nowadays it is dangerous to disable antivirus. Why risk it? [Dmur]

05.12

Quick, discrete and reliable

DISABLE or DO NOT DISABLE? Of course, "NOT OFF."
But situations arise different, and therefore sometimes it is necessary to "lower" the protection and even off. antivirus.
Yes, and at the wrong time, an updated or expired key should also be kept in mind. [GREEN]

05.12

Quick, discrete and reliable

A malicious program can pull off a trick like this only if the anti-virus is disabled. [Неуёмный Обыватель]

05.12

Quick, discrete and reliable

Antivirus, of course, do not disable. I'll save it to my favorites. [Пaвeл]

29.11

Linked threats

Suspicious and strange emails I delete without reading. [EvgenyZ]

29.11

Linked threats

I always delete suspicious messages and never open suspicious attachments. In addition, I always use antivirus software. [ka_s]

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