This week’s email newsletter article is:
- Prevent the POODLE Bite
There is yet another “man-in-the-middle” attack that is live in the world. Unfortunately, this one is aiming at the implementation of SSL 3.0 security that goes back for 15 years.
Fortunately, most web servers are using the later TLS security protocol. However, and unfortunately, we’re still exposed to it, depending on the web server’s configuration of its security options.
The TLS protocols allow fall-back to SSL 3.0, if the security negotiation doesn’t link properly. According to Google, the fall-back mechanism is where the problem is found […]
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
A Look at Articles from Past Newsletters
to find them. Using the Master Control Panel, or Master Controls, or God Mode (as some people call it), makes it easy to find these items.
Window 8 has the same Master Control Panel available, too — and you can get […]
We’ve all had that “Oh, No!” moment. We just deleted a file and realized that we deleted the wrong file.
It should be an easy step to get it back, right?
Well, almost […]
Each of us has our preference for our everyday computing device.
Whether we use an individual desktop computer or share a desktop with the family, our individual notebook or share a notebook with our family, the power, storage and monitor size make the PC or notebook the usual computer of choice. The keyboard and mouse are great ways to control the PC.
But, as I look around my den, I see my wife using an iPad Air instead. […]
Over the years, Google has expanded well beyond a search engine. But, the search engine has expanded its functionality, too. It’s a great resource for quick information:
1) Want to know about unit conversions? […]
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