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Do Macs Need Anti-Virus?

Image:https://thehackernews.com/2017/04/apple-mac-malware.html There is a common belief that Macs are safer than Windows and that they don’t get Viruses. Although some of those statements are true, they are purely based on numbers. If you look at the market share of Desktop operating systems, you can see that Windows dominates the market still: https://gs.statcounter.com/os-market-share/desktop/worldwide/#monthly-201811-201911-bar For malicious parties,... Continue Reading →

The Misconception With Global Admins

Microsoft are continuing to break out the roles in Azure Active Directory to help isolate “roles” and grant least privilege access. Although they aren’t quite there yet, it should be rare that you would need to grant global admin rights to an account. Microsoft recommend that you limit GAs as much as you can and... Continue Reading →

UhOh365 – O365 Enumeration

Email addresses are what malicious parties collect because the more they have, the more they can Phish/target. Having the ability to enumerate these without generating logging attempts would be a dream for them. Sure they could use other OSINT techniques and steal them, but guessing may be quicker and less work....

What’s A WAF

To put it simply, a WAF is a Web Application Firewall. It can help to fill in the security gaps which a traditional firewall can’t.

Keeping Safe On Linkedin

Linkedin offers a mixture of job opportunities and social media to help you connect with people in the same industry as you. It allows us to somewhat sell ourselves and have the jobs come to us. It also allows us to store our education and job history as if you are anything like me, I... Continue Reading →

Personal Passwords At Work

Although many big companies like Microsoft are trying to eradicate the need for passwords, they are still heavily used to secure our accounts and systems. These accounts and systems can be for personal use or for work......

Enabling Fingerprint Lock In WhatsApp

WhatsApps is already secured from a communication point of view due to end-to-end encryption being enabled by default. What is doesn't enable by default is the privacy lock. This means if someone was to use your phone, they could easily read your messages.......

CtrlAltDel Privacy Policy

Thank you for your interest in one of my extensions. Please see the following policy per extension: -------------- Phish-Friend -------------- Phish-Friend can help educate you on how to spot Phishing attempts. I created it to help fight the war on Phishing. The extension is designed for personal use. What Data Do We Collect? The Phish-Friend... Continue Reading →

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