Tag Archive: security

Apr 23 2007

24 Day 6: 12am – 1am

Jack calls Bill to tell him the plan that he is going through with and that he is going to blow it up in the bomb and then Jack says bye to Bill.

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Apr 09 2007

24 Day 6: 10pm – 11pm

Fayed tried to catch the agents in a lie but the General called to talk with Fayed. Bill and Nadia told Jack of the situation and he called Jamal to inform him that Fayed may know that he is being setup.

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Oct 22 2006

Passwords Poor? Biometrics Better?

There has been debates between passwords and biometrics for which is more secure, more reliable and more useful. The figure above compares several biometrics with each other against seven categories: * Universality describes how commonly a biometric is found in each individual.

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Aug 17 2006

E-Passports began Monday Aug. 14

A contactless chip in the rear cover of the passport will contain the same data as that found on the biographic data page of the passport (name, date of birth, gender, place of birth, dates of passport issuance and expiration, passport number), and will also include a digital image of the bearerÔ??s photograph.

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Apr 06 2006

File Encryption and PGP

I was working on my Computer Security lab and we had to download a file encryption program to understand how you can encrypt files. Well after finishing the lab, I realized that not only can you encrypt files with an extention of .ser, but I realized how to encrypt a file inside of another file.

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Feb 21 2006

RFID, Sci-Fi or Reality?

I was reading an article on Network World called “RFID is really getting under people’s skin” and the FDA (Food and Drug Adminitration) approved the implanting of RFID tags into people’s skin. Check back about RFID in my blog, because I am writing a research paper for my Computer Security Class and this is my topic fda, joseph krull, privacy, rfid, security

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