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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
An easily avoided security lapse -- failure to use two-factor authentication on a single server -- is being blamed for the massive computer breach that hit JPMorgan Chase this past summer.

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Flying under the radar just before Christmas, HP has launched a new version of its Chromebook 14, most notable for its touch screen and full high-definition display, plus more powerful specs.
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