If someone dressed up in a utility provider’s uniform, would you let them in? That's the time to be gracefully suspicious, as they say in the South.
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A firewall looks at all internet traffic attempting to pass through to make sure it’s legitimate, that it’s not a virus and that it was requested from an in-network device; a router does not.
If chosen, Washington will be one of 16 cities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico where matches will be played, in D.C.'s case at FedExField in Landover, Maryland.
People list password challenge and identity verification information publicly (or at least freely) on their Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages and feeds without giving it a second thought.
Proposed by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.), the bill, H.R.51, to be discussed and voted on tomorrow, would declare the city a new state, named “Washington, Douglass Commonwealth.”
Be careful with your information. Web portal sites are filled with ads, and their overhead is paid for with information they get from you.
On June 10, despite the mayor’s opposition, the District Council unanimously approved several reforms to the Metropolitan Police Department.
By storing any private data that is unencrypted in the cloud, you can immediately revoke access when a device goes missing.
With the first part of your email addresses easy to figure out, hackers and cybercriminals can get access to other online services and data — or even spoof your email address to others.