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How to use a computer – The Squid Zone

Equipment, Operating, Security, Technology

A good reminder for everyone…

This is a primer for anyone searching the web looking for tips on how to use a computer.  The language is direct, and intended to be clear and unequivocal. 1. A computer is a dangerous power tool, treat it accordingly As computers become ever more a part of everything we do, there is a tendency […]

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Google thinks deleting is suspicious. – The Squid Zone

General, Security, Technology

Sunday night I was up late.  I wasn’t sleeping and decided to log into GMail to do some clean-up.  This is a regular task for me – I go in, empty the bin, delete old mails, sort the inbox into categories, etc.  I’ve been doing this for years, usually from the same computer at home […]

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Force Apache to use strong cryptography – The Squid Zone

General, Security, Technology

How to modify Apache’s ssl.conf to require TLS 1.2 and strong cryptography.

Source: Force Apache to use strong cryptography – The Squid Zone

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