Who We Are
What We Do
- Installation and support of the hardware for Jonas Software.
- We work with Brand Name Servers such as HP/Compaq. Having gone through additional testing during R&D, HP servers are considered to be reliable providing more return on your investment.
- Preventative Maintenance – we monitor our clients’ IT Systems on a daily basis for the status of: Backup;Antivirus Software; Stability of the System; Memory Utilization; Hard Drive Space Availability.
- Complete and urgent resolutions of the Information Technology and Technical problems.
- We are fully responsible supporting your software. We do not shift that responsibility onto you.
- Timely response to our clients – we will respond to the service calls within 15 minutes.
- Our Flexible Service Contract can be customized according to your needs; we will perform some of the necessary work after the business hours or over the weekends to minimize your downtime.
- Continuous learning – we are dedicated to continuous learning in order to meet and exceed the professional standards of our clients and the industry.
- Ethical conduct – our values of honesty and integrity will not be compromised. We conduct our business in an ethical way, which means we say the truth and stand behind our words and promises.
Is your password “123456″?
Last year, a major security breach at RockYou.com resulted in the release of 32 million passwords. With such a large data set available, security firm Imperva Application Defense Center (ADC) analyzed and found that, when given the chance, most users will choose a simplistic password.
Imperva found that nearly a third of users chose passwords whose length is equal or below six characters and almost 60 percent of users chose their passwords from a limited set of alpha-numeric characters. Almost half of users used names, slang words, dictionary words or trivial passwords (consecutive digits, adjacent keyboard keys, and so on), with the most common password being “123456″.
Here are the top 20 most popular passwords from the RockYou.com leak.
So how can everyone get better? Imperva recommends the following:
1. Choose a strong password for sites you care for the privacy of the information you store. Bruce Schneir’s advice is useful: “take a sentence and turn it into a password. Something like “This little piggy went to market” might become “tlpWENT2m”. That nine-character password won’t be in anyone’s dictionary.”
2. Use a different password for all sites – even for the ones where privacy isn’t an issue. To help remember the passwords, again, following Bruce Schneier’s advice is recommended: “If you can’t remember your passwords, write them down and put the paper in your wallet. But just write the sentence – or better yet – a hint that will help you remember your sentence.”
3. Never trust a 3rd party with your important passwords (webmail, banking, medical etc.)