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Apr 23, 2014

What to do about Heartbleed

Heartbleed was a security vulnerability that does not seem to have been acted upon nor became as serious as it could have been. However, there are some things you want to do to ensure your protection. Remember that changing passwords often is good and use unique passwords.

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Keyloggers: Safely Entering Passwords Using A Public Computer
Feb 27, 2014

Keyloggers: Safely Entering Passwords Using A Public Computer

When using public computers you should be aware that someone could have installed a keylogger which can mine your keyboard input for passwords to your accounts. Here are steps to take to avoid giving away your passwords when you are away from your own computer.

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Creating Unique Passwords
Feb 26, 2014

Creating Unique Passwords

Creating unique passwords for your online accounts is important. If you only have one password that you use everywhere, then you risk having all of your accounts compromised when a single password is leaked. Here is how you can create passwords that are secure, unique, and easy to remember.

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TrueCrypt For Data Protection
Dec 29, 2011

TrueCrypt For Data Protection

Afraid to store sensitive information on your computer when you travel? The information that a missionary may have on his machine could result in persecution of fellow believers. Use an encryption program like TrueCrypt to keep your data and brothers in Christ safe.

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