A Strong Password Isn't the Strongest Security

Sep 4, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New York Times

MAKE your password strong, with a unique jumble of letters, numbers and punctuation marks.

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CMD

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Sep 5, 2010
 
how about use an OS that isn't highly susceptable to viruses instead, like Linux?

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Sep 5, 2010
 
CMD wrote:
how about use an OS that isn't highly susceptable to viruses instead, like Linux?
I haven't had to use anti-virus apps for 3 years now.

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Sep 5, 2010
 
Windoze is deliberately designed to susceptible to malware.

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Sep 11, 2010
 
Jay Taylor wrote:
I agree, just because you have a strong password does not mean that you are fully protected. I thought I had a good password but my computer was hit with a virus and a good amount of personal data was stolen. I contacted Turn-Key Technologies at http://www.turn-keytechnologies.com/Additiona... for their expertise in computer and network security and they were able to make sure my network has the best security possible.
Did they tell you to download a Linux disro http://distrowatch.com/ for free?

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