I was greeted this morning by an article by Marc Saltzman for USA Today in my Apple News feed. The article posted under Cybersecurity was titled "Why college students need to use a VPN – and how to pick the right one". While it is a well written article that makes it's case by pointing … Continue reading Students: Prioritize your risks!
Before I was a programmer. Before I was a network expert. Before I was an educator. I was a car guy. Due to all these other things in my life I never got as deep into auto mechanics as others. Reading about and working on my cars has always been a great distraction from Internet … Continue reading Amazingly Great Read: Gates and Ladders
I'm studying for the CISSP exam. Inference and aggregation are means used to take low level or partial information and use that to derive higher level information. Inference requires deduction. The lower level information provides clues. Aggregation is a mathematical or mechanical process. Apply inference and aggregation to safe cracking (or lock picking). Using inference … Continue reading Inference, Aggregation, and Safe Cracking
One of the modern corporate technology problems I used to deal with almost every working day was the screen saver settings on my corporate laptop. The corporate security team has done an amazing job of locking my PC down and making it safe. The down side of that is that they control the screen saver … Continue reading Getting Jiggler with it….