From Safety.com. On Monday we shared the beginning of this article by Emily Ferron.
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Does all this COVID-19 related ruling by Executive Order give you the Constitutional willies? Well, the Legislative Branch is doing its best to keep pace in the race to see which branch of the government can violate our rights the most. The government can keep on surveilling your online life ...Continue Reading →
Catch of the Day: Fake IT Support Phish
Chef’s Special: Inactive Email Account Phish
Examples of clever phish that made it past my spam filters and into my Inbox, or from clients, or reliable sources on the Internet.
I would be delighted to accept suspicious phishing examples from you. Please forward your email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
My intention is to provide a ...Continue Reading →
The fact is, most of us had our Social Security numbers stolen three years ago, in the Equifax credit history breach of March 2017. But there are many other breaches where SSNs were taken along with other personally identifying information (PII). Your Social Security information can also be stolen from your mailbox, which is a crime, and ...Continue Reading →
I teach a variety of information technology and cybersecurity courses, and there are tons of acronyms to learn well enough to be able to translate them back into English in order to answer certification exam questions. Often, ...Continue Reading →
Now that it is spring, its time to blow some giant bubbles. A video from the Smithsonian.