Jonathan Hassell

Jonathan Hassell is a freelance writer, a systems administrator, and an IT consultant in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Articles by Jonathan Hassell
Encryption Basics - 27 Jul 2001
In previous columns, Jonathan Hassell has discussed encryption as it relates to pretty good privacy (PGP) and secure email. In "Encryption Basics," he presents a primer on how SOHO users can use encryption to make their data more secure.
Zixit Makes Securing Your SOHO Email Easy
Reading and sending email can threaten the security of your system's data. Learn about a software product that lets you send secure, certified email to any recipient.
Zombie Attackers 3
Script kiddies, bots, and zombies--is your computer system safe from their attacks? Learn what you can do to protect your SOHO against their Internet security threats.
Spyware, Part 2 1
Spyware monitors your computer activities and reports the tracking data to a third party. Find out how to solve these intrusion problems.
Security Isn't Just for the Corporate World - 14 Jun 2001
Broadband brings fulltime connections--and fulltime security risks.
Three Big Security Problems - 14 Jun 2001
Watch for the three common home computer system security risks.
Email Security and You - 14 Jun 2001
Follow these simple rules to guard against email security risks.
Network Addressing and Your Web Connection
Here's what you need to know before adding multiple computers to your Internet connection.
How Firewalls Work - 14 Jun 2001 3
Firewalls provide protection for any network that connects to the outside world.
Stop the Email Invaders 3
The Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) cryptography program secures your email from prying eyes.
Handy Routers Link Computers 3
Linksys routers let you connect multiple computers to one broadband connection.
Spyware, Part 1 8
Spyware is a threat to your data, and its use violates programming ethics. Learn about protecting your SOHO's privacy from spyware.
Good Things Come in Small Packages
Find out about a broadband cable/DSL router-and-switch combination that connects multiple computers, functions as a DHCP server, and, if you want, blocks your internal users from accessing the Internet.
How Firewalls Work - 04 May 2001 2
Does your SOHO connect to the Internet? Learn the whys and hows of using a firewall to protect your SOHO against unauthorized use and entry.
Using PGP to Secure Your SOHO Email
Learn how you can use Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) software to shield your SOHO email communication from prying eyes.
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