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Tell management getting a virus is like getting an STD, and just running an antivirus program without fixing the damage is like just wearing condoms from then on.


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One of the major reasons I've heard about, and from my own government no less as a warning (when facebook was new) is none other than preventing crime from being committed to you in the first place. Lets spin things around, government surveillance is bad, sure but government being able to watch you means that anybody else with a relatively simple set of tech ...


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When it comes to usernames, its generally better to keep them same. The good with that, is that it eases account termination when a user no longer should have access. If all users have different usernames for different systems, then it would be heck of a job to find out which accounts that belong to a user that is leaving employment, and theres high risk ...


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It depends on the situation really. If you use radius authentication and it's connecting back to you AD infrastructure and your using it within say your routing and switching environment to gain access to the CLI then it's OK. However this only because radius is a aaa service. If you use the same user and password to create domain administrator level changes ...



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