How to Bypass Paywalls at Popular News Sites Here's how to quickly bypass paywalls at popular news and magazine websites. If you've tried to read an article at sites like Washington Post, Medium, Bloomberg, Los Angeles Times, Wired, Vanity Fair or the Wall Street Journal, you've probably run into a paywall. A paywall restricts access to content by requiring a paid subscription, but there are a few ways around them. Information is increasingly fragmented and many of us use a multitude of sites to access information. In this day and age, it's not economically feasible for most individuals to pay for several subscriptions to view sites you visit occasionally. If you visit a news or other site regularly at work or for personal use, it makes sense to pay for a subscription.
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The Six Dumbest Ideas in Computer Security There's lots of innovation going on in security - we're inundated with a steady stream of new stuff and it all sounds like it works just great. Every couple of months I'm invited to a new computer security conference, or I'm asked to write a foreword for a new computer security book. And, thanks to the fact that it's a topic of public concern and a "safe issue" for politicians, we can expect a flood of computer security-related legislation from lawmakers. So: computer security is definitely still a "hot topic." But why are we spending all this time and money and still having problems? Let me introduce you to the six dumbest ideas in computer security.
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SELinux : Security Enhanced Linux - Iceweasel Security Enhanced Linux This page contains resources on SELinux - the Security Enhanced Linux operating system which was developed in part by the US National Security Agency and released to the Open Source development community. I've been doing lots of testing and research on SELinux lately, and this page will provide the reader interested in SELinux with plenty of resources on getting started. The UnOfficial SELinux FAQ My UnOfficial FAQ on SELinux. Mastering Google Search Operators in 67 Easy Steps See Also:• Google Search Operators - Best Practices• 25 Killer Combos for Google's Site: Operator Any SEO worth their sustainably harvested pink Himalayan salt knows that Google offers a variety of advanced search operators – special commands that take you above and beyond regular text searches. Learning search operators is a bit like learning chess, though.
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