passwords

An interesting article published by security guru Bruce Schneier:

Blaming the victim is common in IT: users are to blame because they don’t patch their systems, choose lousy passwords, fall for phishing attacks, and so on. But, while users are, and will continue to be, a major source of security problems, focusing on them is an unhelpful way to think.

=> Blaming the user is easy – but it’s better to bypass them altogether

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If you just want to see how secure your network is or you would like to audit your own network, and to determine the insecurity of cleartext network protocols then you need to use sniffer programs. There are tons of Network protocol analyzer for Unix and Linux exist that allows examination of data from a […]

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