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Very serious: Protect your password

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Post by Guest on 11.08.11 8:36



Very serious: How to Protect Your Password

Given the current climate re: concerns for computer and data security, I suggest you take this message seriously. This is for your own safety and security! If your workplace has been assessed and determined to be at a low level of risk, the following method is recommended to ensure no one can see your passwords or what you're typing:



For a moderate level of risk, this method ensures no one can see your passwords, what you're typing, or which website you're viewing


For a high level of risk, this method ensures ultimate security:


Be safe out there people!
PS Anyone who can knit, here is new business opportunity!

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Re: Very serious: Protect your password

Post by Guest on 11.08.11 8:41

I love it
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Re: Very serious: Protect your password

Post by PeterMac on 11.08.11 8:46

MMMFF FHGS TSSS FFF GH

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Post by ROSA on 11.08.11 8:53

That is a pretty word PeterMac biggergrin
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Keep out!

Post by Marian on 11.08.11 9:01

It seems that PeterMac has decided that, after yesterday's debate, there is no point in caring about good grammar and spelling after all! If you can't beat them, join them?



I have a relative whose Facebook account has recently been hacked by someone in another country (that is for real) so I'm off to start knitting her Christmas present now!
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Post by happychick on 11.08.11 9:03

I think PeterMac must be wearing a number 1 and suggest he upgrades to a number 3! big grin
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Post by PeterMac on 11.08.11 14:03

I"M FRYING AS GARD AS I GAN
NEW TECGNOLIGI IS NOG SO EAZY

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Post by Guest on 11.08.11 14:25

Is it a bit hot in there PeterMac ?
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