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Cryptolocker new and improved: Cryptowall 4.0

It’s been a long day.  You’re tired… heck you’re exasperated.  You prop your elbows on your desk and sink your chin into both palms. What a pleasant respite from the day… today was nuts Suddenly an email pops in your

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How to find and erase all the cookies on your computer

I love cookies.  Oreos are good; everyone loves those but believe it or not: they aren’t my favorite.  Walkers Shortbread cookies are also pretty damn good but they don’t take the gold in my book. The cookies I’m really digging these

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Networking 400: Secret TCP three-way handshakes

So we all know that IP addresses allow us to communicate across the network by telling us source and destination layer 3 addresses.  But that’s just one bitty part of network communication. If you’ve been following my blog you know IP addresses

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Wireshark 301: Spying on what people are downloading (Part 1 of 2)

Wireshark Advanced

Wireshark can’t make sense of encrypted traffic which is why we should also make sure sensitive traffic is encrypted.  Wait.. wait.. there is one way to view encrypted traffic in Wireshark.  If the attack was able to acquire the private key file,

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Wireshark 201: Intermediate Customization

Wireshark Level 2

Wireshark! Don’t get bitten. Wireshark will definitely bite you in the butt if you don’t know what you’re doing.  The program is daunting.  It’s scary.  Let’s be honest here: there’s so many colorful rows, network data and obscure text that

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