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Monthly Archive for May, 2016

I know that a bunch of you have started to look at the new data protection directive. If you have spent some time with it, you probably have read that if you encrypt your data properly you don´t need to inform your customers of a data breach. This is of course good news for encryption […]

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Eco friendly hacking

Is it possible for a hacker to reduce the carbon footprint? At least it is far easier to reduce the number of password guessed by reusing the passwords stolen from other sites. This means that they don’t need to deploy as much cracking of passwords as otherwise making the use of passwords crackers as low […]

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