Don’t blab

If you’re worried that your conversations are being monitored, old fashioned “coded talk” also works to disguise the meaning of your conversations. Asking “how are the kids?” rather than “how’s the progress on our new chip design?” may be enough to throw attackers off the scent.

(Images via perspective‘s Flickr photostream)

If you’re worried that your conversations are being monitored, old fashioned “coded talk” also works to disguise the meaning of your conversations. Asking “how are the kids?” rather than “how’s the progress on our new chip design?” may be enough to throw attackers off the scent.

(Images via perspective‘s Flickr photostream)

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