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what happens when airlines merge…or why no ones cares once they get your cash

So the story goes something like this. bout airplane tickest a while ago…..great priceDay before try to get 2 seats together  online at check in…. That did not happen, normal not a big deal.but this time the wife is in a walking boot for her ankle and the kid always flys next to the wife. […]

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The top 10 passcodes you should never use on your iPhone | Naked Security

  Over on the post “The top 10 passcodes you should never use on your iPhone | Naked Security” contains this text: by Graham Cluley on June 14, 2011 | Comments (5) FILED UNDER: Privacy, Apple, Mobile, Data loss, Featured Are you one of the many people who is using a dangerously easy-to-guess passcode on […]

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Enterprise Security Today | EC2 Outage Takes Out Multiple Sites, Including Foursquare

  Over on the post “Enterprise Security Today | EC2 Outage Takes Out Multiple Sites, Including Foursquare” contains this text: “EC2 Outage Takes Out Multiple Sites, Including Foursquare By Barry Levine April 21, 2011 1:54PM Foursquare and other web sites were affected by problems at Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud data center. Amazon said additional capacity […]

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Facebook’s two-factor authentication announcement raises questions | Naked Security

  Over on the post “Facebook’s two-factor authentication announcement raises questions | Naked Security” contains this text: “cebook’s two-factor authentication announcement raises questions Hi there! If you’re new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates. X   by Graham Cluley on April 21, 2011 | Comments (8) FILED UNDER: Data […]

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Barracuda hack shows importance of defence-in-depth > Data Security, Database Security, File/Disk Encryption, Mobile Encryption, Storage Security > Network Access > Access Control > News > SC Magazine Australia/NZ

Over on the post “Barracuda hack shows importance of defence-in-depth > Data Security, Database Security, File/Disk Encryption, Mobile Encryption, Storage Security > Network Access > Access Control > News > SC Magazine Australia/NZ” contains this text: “Barracuda hack shows importance of defence-in-depth By Angela Moscaritolo Apr 15, 2011 9:53 AM Tags: Barracuda | pwnage | […]

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Security Research Center – Network World

Over on the post “Security Research Center – Network World” contains this text: “Jack Hembrough, CEO of VaporStream, continues his discussion of controlling e-mail distribution which he started in the last column. Everything that follows is Mr. Hembrough’s own work with minor edits. * * * Have you ever responded to an e-mail, ‘Give me […]

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