Modern gadgets can also put your child at risk. This article discusses a few issues that you should know about.
IT has helped companies become more streamlined and increase productivity, but along with the pros of IT, a host of risks and uncertainties have emerged.
Nearly every digital copier built since 2002 contains a hard drive – like the one on your personal computer – storing an image of every document copied, scanned, or emailed by the machine.
What is SSL? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Originally developed by Netscape and now a de-facto standard for secure communication over the internet, SSL is implemented by all secure web servers and browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera etc. Where SSL is used The widest use of the SSL protocol is done in […]
Thursday, I attended a virtual security tradeshow, put on by InformationWeek and Dark Reading. Several hacker techniques were discussed by the various speakers. One that was new to me was called ClickJacking. It seems that you can go to a website and click on a link and nothing seems to happen. That has happened to me before. […]
WHAT ARE ROOTKITS? They’re nasty little tree-like creatures that hide and grow their roots in your computer and wreak havoc on it, that’s what they are! Actually, a rootkit was originally a Unix term, having to do with granting root access to a file or person. And even now a rootkit is not really a bad […]