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selfcaresuggestion · 3 years ago
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don’t let anyone make you feel bad for a comfort items! your security blanket? your stuffed animal? your collections? your lucky socks? all have value and are all incredibly valid and important!
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nixcraft · a year ago
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when you lie on your resume and get the job ...
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nixcraft · a year ago
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This is how VPN work
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stumpyjoepete · 4 months ago
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The Treachery of Images
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gahdamnpunk · 2 years ago
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Please share to save a life!! Stay safe y’all! Always ask the driver’s name and don’t tell yours!
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strangesigils · 2 years ago
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“I Feel Safe In My Home”
Keep this sigil around entrances into your home and try charging them at least once a month or as often as you feel you need to.
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somecutething · 2 years ago
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Don’t worry, they didn’t go through the X-ray!
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ibmblr · 3 years ago
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Mitigating security risks - IBM Patent 9560075
To combat data breaches, IBM researchers created an AI system that detects and deters would-be hackers by luring them down into dead-ends. Patent 9560075 proactively baits hackers into messaging and email exchanges, leading them to needlessly spend valuable time and resources on nonexistent leads. The system can potentially reduce security risks associated with “phishing” and other malicious activity.
This is just one of the record-breaking 9,000+ patents IBM received in 2017. Explore more patents->  
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prokopetz · 20 days ago
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Working corporate security means being able to point out a dozen reasons why the slickest Hollywood heist would never work in reality while at the same time knowing every weapon in your arsenal would be utterly defeated by a dipshit with a clipboard and a confident stride.
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npr · 3 years ago
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catchymemes · 9 months ago
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ralfmaximus · 2 months ago
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You want to know the most galling thing about the Colonial pipeline emergency?
The pipeline was shutdown not because any critical hardware was at risk. They didn’t slam the EMERGENCY STOP button to keep the pipeline or its pumps from exploding.
Nope. 
They shut everything down because the ransomware scrambled their billing software.
Because they couldn’t bill customers for the fuel they pumped, Colonial shut the whole network down. To protect their profit margins. Which is stupid anyway, because they accrued $0 income during the time they weren’t pumping. 
All of this because the idea of sending ‘free’ fuel to customers for a brief time was simply intolerable. They could have kept things running then retroactively billed for what was pumped, but that was... inconvenient? I guess?
This is what happens when critical infrastructure is run by for-profit corporations.
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prokopetz · 2 months ago
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It always grinds my gears when self-proclaimed IT security experts are like “digital security is useless because 95% of information security breaches are the result of human error“. Like, people falling off of catwalks into vats of molten iron is technically the result of human error, too, but that doesn’t mean there’s no point in installing some damn railings.
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