Over the last 4 years, this blog has covered a lot of ground. We've looked at safe surfing practices when using the Internet in a public location. We've looked at how to set up a home network to be reasonably secure. We've talked about password practices, and the value of two-factor authentication to secure more valuable accounts. We've discussed a rash of credit card thefts at major retailers. We've seen several severe flaws in services used widely on the Internet. This blog has even published several vulnerabilities and website flaws discovered by yours truly.
My goal in writing is two-fold: I write technical content in the hopes that other professionals will find value, but I also endeavor to educate those that have not made a career out of information security. To that end, if there is a topic you would like to know more about, or a topic I have not explained as clearly as you would like, I invite you to comment on this or any post, or send me a message at davidsblog (at) 7longeneckers (dot) com.
Without further ado, a highly biased revue of top topics: