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Category Archives: password
Some advice that I would give to a college student is to never assume that what information is stored is safe. I think that if someone doesn’t want their information being leaked online, they shouldn’t put it online in the first place. There is always a possibility that something bad may happen. It would always […] Continue reading
Now I just collect some information and have not started my paper yet, so I find that I will take a huge amount of effort to deal with this paper. In this paper, I want to talk about the security of the emails during the international communications (like the legal access of the government, the […] Continue reading
One of the largest misconceptions I hear from college students is that having a secure password means they are safe. While having a secure password is a good step, there are many more things that a college student should do … Continue reading → Continue reading