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Technology | Posted on 2 Sep 2011 | Comments Off on TrueCrypt 7.1 Released | Tagged with , .

Release 7.1 of the TrueCrypt on-the-fly encryption application has been announced. The latest version is fully compatible with Mac OSX 10.7 Lion. The TrueCrypt Foundation also makes the source

Technology | Posted on 3 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on Facebook Responds | Tagged with , , , , , .

In true Scharzenegger-style, Facebook responds that it’s not a tumor breach. The basic gist of their response is that even though they leaked UIDs, they did not not

Technology | Posted on 24 Oct 2010 | Comments Off on Lessons From Google | Tagged with , , , , .

We’re all well aware that Google has been caught in the UK, Spain, Canada. This has been a recurring theme where Google has been using the Street

It’s not simply an annoyance. Occasionally Firefox will encounter an issue with a website’s SSL certificate. It will present the user with a full page warning stating that This Connection

Technology | Posted on 6 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Secure Database Connections in WordPress | Tagged with , , , , .

If you are setting up a WordPress site with an SSL certificate in a shared environment such as an ISP or hosting center, one of the things that you need

Technology | Posted on 3 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Password Management Strategies | Tagged with , .

The best password management strategies start with good policy. Everyone who uses a password to gain access to restricted resources needs to understand the responsibility and stewardship that they inherit

Technology | Posted on 24 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Encrypted IM Using Pidgin | Tagged with , , , .

Public instant messaging platforms such Google Talk, AOL Instant Messenger or Windows Live Messenger offers instant messaging services that are highly attractive to individuals and organizations. The provider has

Technology | Posted on 29 Sep 2009 | Comments Off on Cant Speak SSL? | Tagged with , , , .

Telnet is a good tool for testing basic connectivity to a service for such things as verifying firewall rules. It’s especially good for stripped down environments where there is not