Now that the election is behind us, the discussion has turned to potential involvement by foreign governments and whether they had their hand in altering the course of US democracy by tampering with the integrity of our election systems. The CIA has all but admitted that there was definite Russian interference aimed at tilting our election. Continue reading “How to Hack an Election”
I am delighted to announce that earlier this week I was accepted into Juniper’s Ambassador program. To say that I am completely honored is an understatement. Working with Juniper’s products and technologies has been a labor of love for me dating back almost 18 years, since my first introduction to Junos back in early 1999 — as such, I am thrilled to join the ranks of my esteemed peers, whom I sincerely consider to be the best in the industry. A special thanks goes out to Andy Green, Director of Education Services Americas at Juniper Networks for nominating me and to the rest of the Juniper Ambassadors who apparently endorsed that nomination with a resounding yes. I look forward to seeing and collaborating with all of you on the J-Net Forums!
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Ever get a friend request from someone you don’t know and have never met before? More often than not, these accounts are created by criminals looking to harvest your personal information, or scam you in some other fashion.
It typically starts when you receive a friend request from someone you don’t know. And you have no mutual friends in common:
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