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RFID, its implications and how to defeat

Imagine a future in which your every belonging is marked with a unique number identifiable with the swipe of a scanner, where the location of your car is always pinpoint-able and where signal-emitting microchips storing personal information are implanted beneath your skin or embedded in your inner organs. This is the possible future of radio frequency identification (RFID), a technology whose application has so far been limited largely to supply-chain management (enabling companies, for

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08/03/2020
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How on Earth do Companies and Organisations lose Data?

Browsing the web I became engrossed with the concept of data backup and data loss. There is almost an almost unlimited amount of information covering subjects such as how to keep computer and server data secure, how to back-up data, how to restore data, how to replicate data, who will remove your backup tapes to a remote location, which companies can restore data from corrupt disks. With all this information and data technology available I keep asking myself the same question over and over

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03/03/2020
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Compact Flash Memory and Data Recovery

Flash memory gets its name due to its microchip arrangement in such a way, that its section of memory cells gets erased in a single action or "Flash". Both NOR and NAND Flash memory were invented by Dr. Fujio Masuoka from Toshiba in 1984. The name 'Flash' was suggested because the erasure process of the memory contents reminds a flash of a camera, and its name was coined to express how much faster it could be erased "in a flash". Dr. Masuoka presented the invention at the International

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02/03/2020
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What Professionals Use to Recover Microsoft Office Passwords

What Professionals Use to Recover Microsoft Office PasswordsThe Microsoft Office Application Suite has dominated the market for many years. The suite offers a complete set of tools for the most demanding computer users, but there is one essential tool missing.Microsoft Office documents can be protected against unauthorized access and saved with a password. While these documents are surely protected against unauthorized use, what about accessing them legitimately when one forgets or loses the

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08/03/2020
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Hard Disk Failure and Data Recovery

Hard Disk: An Introduction The hard disk is a non-volatile data storage device that stores electronic data on a magnetic surface layered onto hard disk platters. Word Hard is used to differentiate it from a soft, or floppy disk. Hard disks hold more data and can store from 10 to more than 100 gigabytes, whereas most floppies have a maximum storage capacity of 1.4 megabytes and in addition are faster too.Normally term hard disk is much familiar with computers only but it is widely used as

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03/03/2020
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