This July marked the end of life for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and 2008R2. Let’s raise a glass to toast / pour some liquor out / reminisce about the past…Read More »
More and more countries are considering various types of bans on encrypted communications. Germany is thinking about it. So is the UK. Australia is actively pursuing it too.
Read on to hear why encryption bans are a bad idea.Read More »
WhatsApp isn’t what it used to be. Since the 2014 acquisition by Facebook for $19 billion, there have been noticable changes in the application.
Read on for the erosion of a well secured and private messaging application and the quest for profit that drove their descent.Read More »
There are times when you may find yourself needing to drop many tables in your database but not all. Some criteria defines what must go. It could be archived tables, tables before or after a certain date time stamp, dummy data tables, etc.
Let’s look at 2 simple methods for dropping lots of tables in your database.Read More »
More and more people are being put under surveillance in the workplace. Organizations that employ them cite increased efficiency. Employees for the most part are left stressed and demoralized.
Read on for the story about TSA surveillance on their employees…Read More »
Many times when people think about security principles the one that jumps out to them is the principle of least privilege. However, there are other security principles to consider. Let’s look at 8 security principles laid out decades ago that are still relevant today.Read More »