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[Pinned] The Heartbleed Bug, ASF and You

Posted on 4/11/2014 11:03 AM by Tamara Valdez
By now you’ve likely heard of the Heartbleed Bug, a security flaw in OpenSSL, an open-source data encryption standard. This flaw, which was initiated by a programming error, allows hackers to extract data including usernames and passwords from popular sites that we use every day like Facebook, Google and Yahoo ASF has not been affected by the Heartbleed bug. The virus only affects OpenSSL programs. ASF never uses OpenSSL. The following popular sites have recommended that you change your password.  Google Dropbok Facebook Instagram YouTube Pinterest Yahoo Blogspot Click HERE for a real time list of sites affected, their patch status and whether a password change is recommended. More Information on Heartbleed: General Information     Patched Sites Password Advice Always make use of all security options. Don’t reuse the same passwords on various websites. Change your passwords monthly or quarterly. Use strong passwords. Please feel free to conta ...
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6 Tips to Increase Personal Training Revenue

Posted on 3/12/2013 9:08 AM by Tamara Valdez

Personal training is the hidden revenue generator in most clubs.There is no reason your club can’t be producing at least 30%, if not more, of your monthly revenue from your training programs.

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Password Security

Posted on 8/28/2012 10:20 AM by Rachelle Dodge
Even though each website, organization, email provider or app has its own criteria, there are certain basic concepts that hold true across the board when it comes to password security.

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