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| |Fighting Back Against Tech-Savvy Fraudsters Staying a step ahead requires moving beyond the security techniques of the past.
| |5 Quick SSH Hardening Tips If you make use of Secure Shell, youll want to run down this checklist of five quick tips to make that Linux server a bit more secure.
| |Only 9% Of Companies Warn Employees About IoT Risks Data breaches caused by unsecured Internet of Things devices increased to 26% this year, according to a Ponemon Institute report.
| |How To Use The Tor Browser On An Android Device Tor can safeguard your browsing activities on an Android device via a new app in alpha release. Heres how to use and tweak it.
| |How To Work With Protected View In Microsoft Office Microsofts Protected View feature tries to protect you against potentially malicious files and documents. Heres how to use it.
| |How To Securely Delete Files In Linux With SRM Dont entrust the deletion of sensitive data to the standard tools. Install this handy data wipe command for more secure removal.
| |How To Create An SSH Jailed User On Debian 9 Learn how to limit what SSH users can do by jailing them with the help of Jailkit.
| |Todays Most Innovative Enterprise Solutions Max Wessel spoke with TechRepublic at the 2019 SAP SAPPHIRE NOW conference about the most beneficial enterprise solutions organizations should be using.
| |FBI: Cybercrime Losses Doubled In 2018 The world has embraced digital technology, but cybercrime is putting a serious dent in corporate finances, the FBI finds.
| |Fix On The Way For Google Chrome Flaw Allowing Malicious Websites To Break Back Button Google Chrome users have complained for years about how browser handles history, allowing malicious websites to inhibit back button usage.
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