I've seen way too many people hand-wringing over adding more and more Ransomware recovery and mitigation.
Yeah, that's all well and good, but if malware successfully runs on a device, we're compromised. We're lucky if it's just ransomware, but there could be any number of other malware capabilities that are in play here.
Stop trying to heat your house whilst you've got the doors and windows open in winter!
I assume you don't mean the comedy abridged series by TeamFourStar?
My wife is a big fan of switching to her "It goes over your nose" mask when we have to go in-store shopping.
Soooo many people with masks just over their chins, or not covering their noses, etc.
I tend to look at my spam filter for the week, then see what everyone agrees I should be scared of.
That, or check what the sysadmin subreddit is currently angrily patching at last minute.
> 15 years ago, I co-led a team trying to give 100% free Internet access to all of San Francisco starting with the poorest neighborhoods first. The network would be anonymous, with no ads, no cookies, etc. Approximately a $20-25 million gift. The result? We were chased out of town.
The number of places I've seen touting themselves as "Cyber" that have no https anywhere is upsetting.
Not as upsetting as the number of sites I've seen without https on their login pages that ALSO deal with sensitive PII.
I couldn't resist turning this tweet into a #comic : https://mobile.twitter.com/Bry_Mac/status/1250155077668605954
It was as good an excuse as any to experiment with the comics brush set. :)
Ah, then I've been pronouncing it very wrong for a while. 😂
Well, we've both learned some pronunciation today!
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