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Chances are they will just whips it and sell it. I would as a countermeasure at least change passwords to your critical data ( bank accounts, servers, passwordmanager). The rest is up to you. However note that the effort would be quite low to change all your passwords compared to the potential damage. If you have the serial of your Mac computer you could ...
Yes - definitely change your passwords. It is a low effort way to fix a lot of potential problems! It used to be that laptops would be wiped if they had a password on, but the tools to glean data off them are so commonplace/simple now, most attackers will try and see what is on there - as they can make a fair bit of money from account details held on ...
No, no no. This is not a good idea under any circumstances. Guest orders are guest orders, period. They require contact information, shipping information, and payment information...Always. Logging in provides the convenience of having none/some/all of this information pre-populated, and it's a requirement for having orders automatically associated to an ...
I'm assuming that you wouldn't actually allow someone to order something without requiring email verification first. Leaving that out would be a bad thing as Bob could: Send Alice items without her having ordered them Send items to himself or an accomplice, sticking Alice with the bill There is an information leak with this scenario, Bob could determine ...
Social engineering is something operational security needs to address. The model still applies, for example, spoofing identities can by done by finding a companies protocols, then impersonating a forgetful, new, or overworked coworker, just "trying to do your job", over the phone etc.
Without further information we can't tell you which is better. However, by name, I guess the first one is better. Why? Because it seems to be general whereas the second is only Cisco related. You can do the first one and then get certified in Cisco.
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