Goldsborough, Reid, Independent Banker
Advice to help keep hackers out of your business customers' computers
On any given day hackers try to breach my Internet-connected computers a halt dozen or more times, looking either to take over programs on my PC or to launch electronic attacks against others.
I'm not alone. If your bank or its business customers have full-time Internet connections, they're probably being probed continually by hackers. The media has had its hands full lately reporting high-profile computer break-ins. You would think we were in the midst of an all-out info-war.
The fact is, hacking, or "cracking" according to the purists, has been around nearly as long as computers. "I cracked …
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Publication information: Article title: PC Protection. Contributors: Goldsborough, Reid - Author. Magazine title: Independent Banker. Volume: 51. Issue: 3 Publication date: March 2001. Page number: 108+. © 2002 Independent Banker. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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