The California Consumer Privacy Act and The .US Domain

The California Consumer Privacy Act and The .US Domain

As I start this off I would be remiss to state that yes, I have a .us domain, however so do many Americans. You see, the .us top level domain (TLD) is only available to those who reside within the United States. There are other requirements too such as keeping your WHOIS records up to date. Ensuring that WHOIS records show that those who register a .us domain reside

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Password Rotation and the Problem of Not Doing It

Password Rotation and the Problem of Not Doing It

Since the release of NIST SP 800-63-3 I have been asked, “Why does our company still perform password rotation?” This question is easier said than done. It is one that requires user awareness training, implementation of auditing and alerting software, and most importantly – multifactor authentication. All of which are necessary, though it can take months to years to implement depending on a companies resources and regulatory requirements. User

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The CIA’s Newest Website Is Now On Tor
The CIA’s Newest Website Is Now On Tor

The CIA’s Newest Website Is Now On Tor

Tor which is short for, “The Onion Router” began its life back in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. The The Onion Router (Tor) network began its life, much like the internet we use today as a U.S. government project. Its design allows journalist and activists access to the internet in a completely secure and anonymous way. Freeing themselves from censorship found in many countries. Recently however, the Tor

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