Safety on Twitter

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Twitter has built in @Safety feature to help you report harassment or threats directly to them. check out - https://about.twitter.com/safety/three-tools-to-stay-safe Report abuse on Twitter more easily than ever. Find out how to protect yourself and others.https://t.co/1MEfTzkfFL — Safety (@safety) 25 April 2016  
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‘Heartbleed’ – Security Bug | Reset your Passwords

* UPDATED 11/04/14 * You may have heard on the news of the past couple of days about a significant problem with a system widely used on the Internet that deals with secure connections made between desktop web browsers/clients and servers/systems. The bug has been dubbed 'Heartbleed' This does not affect all systems only certain versions of openSLL. OpenSSL is a popular cryptographic library used to digitally scramble sensitive data as it passes to and from computer servers so that only t...
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Stay Safe Online – Do the Facebook check

Many of you will use Facebook regularly and at College a number of departments use it to keep in contact with students and staff, often posting key information relating to courses or college activities. However, as with all on-line presence there are a few things to be aware of. Work through the check-list below, DO YOU need to make any changes to your settings?..... Have a better understanding of these key messages and for details of how to make changes by looking at this  Facebook-Ch...
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Password Managers

Everyone knows you should have different passwords for different accounts but how many people follow that advice? With more and more websites insisting on creating accounts remembering individual passwords is completely unmanageable. Using a password manager app makes keeping your personal data secure easy, just make sure you check the publisher of the app is reputable. We recommend Strip, it has been tested by an external security company and passed all their tests, it's easy to use and...
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