Excuse me, what? “The two custodians purportedly had over one million emails, that were 300 gigabytes of data, which would cost $30,000 to export, search, and review. Id.” Good lord, doesn’t anyone enforce responsible deletion policies? Why are these two people hanging on to a million emails? Why, why, why? This situation shouldn’t even exist, let…
Steve Gibson has put together a quick little app called DCOMbobulator that will test how effective the latest MS patches are protecting you from the lateset DCOM vulnerabilities, and it will also go ahead and disable DCOM on your machine. As he says on the site though, if you run a NAT router or just…
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In all the talk about eliminating Section 230, I think this gets lost, and I’m glad Jessi is writing about. “Our reliance on the Internet, especially during the pandemic, is evidence that Section 230 continues to work as intended, despite its age. To set an expiration on the law is to accept that maybe we’ve…
My initial reaction to the headline was “Great, what chance do the rest of us have of not getting hacked if SANS can get hacked?” But, like Sharon, I think this is really great: “This is the part I really like. To make this an educational opportunity, SANS says that it will host a webcast…
I hope the folks who lost data can somehow get it back. Losing data to a failure of any kind is a pain in the ass. On the other hand, if the ransomware plague has taught us anything, it’s to have backups, online and offline. Because anything connected to the infected device is at risk, but if I have a copy that isn’t connected to anything, it’s safe.
Yes, it’s more work. Yes, it takes time and effort.
So does figuring out how to deal with losing all of your data.