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    Lee Drake is President and CEO of OS-Cubed, Inc.  OS-Cubed is there to assist you when your computers cause more problems than they solve.  Their philosophy of creating a stable and secure environment upon which to build optimal solutions allows them to create applications that not only solve problems, but prevent them in the future.

    Lee Drake has extensive speaking experience.  He's spoken on topics such as computer security, programming best practices, building content managed websites, building online communities, virus and spyware prevention, and a variety of other computer-related topics.  As sponsor and author of the website Lee has built a world-wide following of users who rely on him and his co-authors to get up-to-date information on virus threats. In addition, Lee has participated in a number of discussion panels on wide-ranging business-related topics, including health insurance for small businesses, legislative issues for NYS businesses, workmen's comp, 240/241 reform, and Medicaid/Medicare reform.  He participated in a panel sponsored by Senator Hillary Clinton on the challenges of providing health care to small businesses

    As a member of the executive board for the Rochester Small Business Council Lee has worked hard to help NYS create an environment that is more friendly towards small businesses.  As a member of the economic development committee for the Rochester Business Alliance he's participated in assisting Rochester to grow into a competitive upstate NY city.  As a member of the board for the Genesee Valley Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management Lee has added extensive experience in the everyday issues of HR Management in the small business.  In addition, Lee serves on the advisory board for the Neighborhood of the Arts in southeast Rochester.

    As a member of the Rochester Professional Consultants Network Lee has spoken on panels ranging from computer solutions for small businesses, building an online presence for your consulting organization, web advertising, and search engine optimization, to the challenges of building a consulting organization.

    As 50% owner of Aztek Computer Solutions, Inc., Lee helped build a Rochester Top 100 company.  As President and CEO of OS-Cubed, Inc., Lee is well on the way to creating his next Top 100 company.

    In addition, Lee has participated extensively in the programs sponsored by The Executive Committee (TEC) now known as Vistage.  Lee is a graduate of Cornell University ALS School, a Certified Novell Engineer, a programmer, a Habitat for Humanity supporter, an avid Tournament Paintball player, and a fan of science fiction and fantasy books.  He also enjoys playing a wide variety of computer, card, and board games.

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    Author: Lee Drake Created: 9/26/2006
    Random thoughts about Computer Security from Lee Drake's brain.

    Buy our spider!
    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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    Vista information page on
    By Lee Drake on 12/26/2006
    We've started a page on Windows Vista on's site...
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    100,000,000 and counting
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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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    Computers should be secure
    By Lee Drake on 9/26/2006
    If you own a computer, it's your job to be sure that it stays secure. The threat environment is large and aggressive. The only way to avoid threats is to build a stable and secure platform that your computer runs on.
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