Tag Archives: security

Changing Git Credentials in Windows

tl;dr For Windows when you need a different account. I had to work with a new GitHub account recently and needed to add a separate account. I worked through that process and managed to get things to work with a … Continue reading

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Timing is Everything

We know that the online world is dangerous, with the number and variety of threats constantly increasing. For years, phishing with email has been a favorite tactic of hackers. Most of these emails are poorly written, and IT professionals often … Continue reading

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Attacks Using Attacks

Not too long ago I wrote about a security failure from an AI company, Evisort, that had a development database exposed on the Internet. There were reports of customer information being exposed and initially it appeared the Evisort was being … Continue reading

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The Problem with Users

I think Troy Hunt is an incredible thinker. His view and work to improve security in infrastructure and applications is incredible and valuable. I think the focus on better passwords and the implications of data breaches has grown in the … Continue reading

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