Monthly Archives: September 2023

Does That Suspicious Email Contain A QR Code?

In some cases, suspicious emails might contain QR codes to take you to a web site for further action :- For example :- In general, QR codes can contain web site addresses, but because they are encoded, it makes it … Continue reading

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Encrypting Apple Devices

So to begin with, why encrypt? To keep your data private in the event of other people obtaining access to your device. In some cases that is in your own interest (such as for personal devices not used for work) … Continue reading

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Do You Know How Many Cyber Attacks We See?

One of the things that most people are probably not aware of is just how many attacks the university sees on a daily basis. For example, yesterday (a middling day in September) the firewall identified and blocked 100,839 attacks. Now … Continue reading

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