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Bash Bug Explained - Sea To Sky Technology Services 2014

The Bash Bug Explained

Everything you wanted to know about the "Bash" Bug The Bash Bug (also known as Shellshock) is being heralded as one of the biggest vulnerabilities ever...possibly bigger than the Heartbleed bug earlier this year. To Begin With...What is the Bash bug? To start we will refer to the CVE from NIST Vulnerability Database ...

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Tech Troubleshooting

Tech Problem #37

It is well advised to drink a large cup of Java before beginning any sort of tech troubleshooting. Don't let this happen to you!  lol

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Social Media Security Risks [Infograph]

How Much Do You Know About Social Media Security? At Sea to Sky Technology we often focus on hardware, or software-based security solutions. However, there are many tactics that hackers use to gain access to your precious personal information. We want to discuss a little about social media security. Hackers can ...

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Net Neutrality - Sea To Sky Technologies 2014

Hilarious Video About Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality Made Interesting Cable companies are trying to create an unequal playing field for internet speeds, but they're doing it so boringly that most news outlets aren't covering it. John Oliver explains the controversy and lets viewers know how they can voice their displeasure to the FCC about Net Neutrality. Link: ...

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Happy Easter 2014 - Sea To Sky Technology Services

Happy Easter

Have a happy Easter from all of us at Sea To Sky Technology Services.

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