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Why Do I Need a Password? Think about the number of PIN numbers, passwords, or passphrases you use every day: getting money from the ATM or using your debit card in a store, logging on to your computer or e-mail, signing in to an online bank account or shopping cart...the list seems to just keep getting longer. Keeping track of all of the number,...
Article Id: 6975
Category: Passwords

A password is a common form of authentication and is often the only barrier between you and your personal information. There are several tools that attackers use to assist in guessing or cracking a password. By creating a complex password and keeping it confidential, you make it more difficult for hackers to gain unauthorized access to your...
Article Id: 16865
Category: Passwords

Related Article Encrypting Files & Folders with Microsoft Windows EFS General Information To prevent data loss when using Encrypting File System (EFS), the EFS certificate(s) should be backed up and stored in a safe place.
Article Id: 17570
Category: Whole Disk & Data Encryption

Related Article Backing-up & Storing EFS Certificates Precautions, Warnings & Notes Microsoft Windows Encrypting File System (EFS) is a feature in Windows that stores files in an encrypted format on the...
Article Id: 17569
Category: Whole Disk & Data Encryption

This article is intended for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 2003 Server and 2008 Server. There are small changes between the Windows versions, but the overall...
Article Id: 16561
Category: PKI Certificates & E-mail Encryption

This article is intended for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 2003 Server and 2008 Server. There are small changes between the Windows...
Article Id: 16562
Category: PKI Certificates & E-mail Encryption

Import InCommon Intermediate Certificate: This article is intended for Windows 7, 2008 Server, and 2012...
Article Id: 16563
Category: PKI Certificates & E-mail Encryption

The following article gives a brief overview of LSU's Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) system. What is a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)? A PKI is a secure method for exchanging information over the Web. PKI's use a public and/or private key to encrypt IDs, documents, or messages. It starts with a Certificate Authority (CA), which...
Article Id: 194
Category: PKI Certificates & E-mail Encryption

Note: SSLv3 or older protocols should no longer be used. Use TLS instead. ? Recommendations for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS): Changing the SSL Protocols and Cipher Suites for IIS involves...
Article Id: 17596
Category: PKI Certificates & E-mail Encryption

Aliases PKI, SSL, secure web, HTTPS, certs, certificate authority, secure Email, Email encryption, web encryption Description Maintains a Certificate Authority at LSU to support SSL encryption for internal and public hosts of LSU and LSU System Universities with whom LSU has a MOU. In addition, ITS...
Article Id: 17572
Category: PKI Certificates & E-mail Encryption