Today, when I went to Geni, I was presented with an error about a bad SSL connection. Upon investigating, I discovered this was a Facebook issue.
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I talked a few days ago about some of the security tools I use. After using some of those tools more as well as investigating them, I am going to revise my assessment of them.
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I am currently exploring e-mail certificates again in the wake of Thawte ending the Web of Trust. E-mail certificates are useful for two reasons. They provide for digital signatures and encryption.
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Security is an interest of mine, so I wanted to describe some computer security tools I use. By no means does the use of these tools mean I am secure though. Security itself is more an attitude than a state. I recommend such books as Writing Secure Code, Second Edition if you want to get a good sense of software security practices.
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Would you ever send a postcard with your credit card number on it? You’d put it in an envelope wouldn’t you? Then why do you let people and companies send your credit card number and similar secrets without the electronic version of an envelope?
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