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arnielal

How the modern world depends on encryption - BBC News - 0 views

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    This article discusses how there needs to be advanced cryptography in many facets of life for a person in the modern era from credit cards to phone calls to ATMS. It also describes how encryption uses such a large number of combinations, a brute force attack will never worm
wmcrae

Google's Student Data-Mining Scandal | National Review - 2 views

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    "Over the past four years, Google has admitted 'scanning and indexing' student email messages and data mining student users for commercial gain." What to take away? Data mining is present everywhere and better encryption is becoming more and more relevant in the digital life of a college student in 2018.
krschroeder9

The Importance of Understanding Encryption in Cybersecurity - 0 views

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    Any sensitive information that could be accessed by hackers should be encrypted, especially when communicating over wireless networks. Make sure to keep your private key confidential.
charlie_overton

What is cryptography? | TechRadar - 0 views

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    This article, combined with the guide to staying completely anonymous on the internet linked at the end of it, suggest that one of the easiest ways to be anonymous online is to use a private browser like Ghostery, or a private search engine like DuckDuckGo. These services don't track your information the same way that Google does, making your online browsing experience more private and secure.
jerrywji

Protecting Your Digital Life in 9 Easy Steps - 0 views

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    The first piece of advice in the article for protecting personal information is to download Signal, the encrypted messaging service we discussed in class.
oliver_zhu

A Student's Need-to-Know Guide to Web Security - OnlineUniversities.com - 1 views

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    1. Don't download free media. 2. Don't overshare personal information on social media accounts. 3. Change passwords regularly. 4. Be cautious on public networks and computers.
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