October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) and Seneca Savings Savings and Loan Association want consumers to be aware of valuable tips and advice on how to be safe online. ICBA and Seneca Savings Savings and Loan Association encourage members of the public to stay informed and become
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A rootkit is a piece of software that can be installed and hidden on your computer without your knowledge. It may be included in a larger software package or installed by an attacker who has been able to take advantage of a vulnerability on your computer or has convinced you to download it (see Avoiding Social
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It is an authentication process where two of three recognized factors are used to identify a user: Something you know - usually a password, passcode, passphrase or PIN. Something you have - a cryptographic smartcard or token, a chip enabled bank card or an RSA SecurID-style token with rotating digits Something you are - fingerprints, iris patterns, voice
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