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Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 1/28/2007
Viruswarn has a cafepress store where you can buy logo t-shirts, hats, mousepads and other paraphenalia....
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Safe Handling of Email Messages
Wizard Wisdom By David Gray on 1/26/2007
Recent press coverage and personal correspondence suggest to me that the social engineering tactics being used by the bad guys is greatly improved, and now is a good time to share my method of filtering email messages with others.
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Hide Thy JavaScript
Wizard Wisdom By David Gray on 1/23/2007
This article describes a technique that I developed, which allows me to keep all the JavaScript code used by a page in "code behind" files similar to those employed by Visual Web Developer 2005 to separate the code from the presentation and data in ASP.NET applications.
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Vista information page on os-cubed.com
Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 12/26/2006
We've started a page on Windows Vista on OS-Cubed.com's site...
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Help in the Struggle for Strong Passwords
Wizard Wisdom By David Gray on 12/19/2006
This article discusses two new tools that recently became available, to help you create really strong passwords.
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100,000,000 and counting
Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 12/18/2006
So far, according to a recent NY Times story, over 100,000,000 records have been compromised in data theft cases....
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OS-Cubed sponsors GVCSHRM trip to China
Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 12/8/2006
Fernan Cepero of the Genesee Valley Chapter of the Society for human Resource Management is going to China as a human resource ambassador - OS-Cubed is sponsoring his blog...
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600 spams over the weekend
Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 11/20/2006
Over the weekend my various email accounts received over 650 spam messages. Of those only about 30 ended up in my inbox (approximately 4.6%). No good mail ended up being filtered. How did I achieve this, and why isn't everyone seeing these same results?
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Top 20 vulnerabilities updated
Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 11/17/2006
SANS updated it's top 20 security vulnerabilities this month. There has been some changes since last year's update....
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Saving your bacon
Lee's Blog By Lee Drake on 10/27/2006
A good backup and UPS can improve your systems safety and reliability and save you thousands in lost time and productivity.
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