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It's no Twitter, but Plague is an infectious social network

Jan. 30, 2015 | KIRK MCELHEARN

We're used to social networks where we follow people and view what they post: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others depend on each user connecting with others in order for content to be shared. Plague doesn't work like that at all, but it can be addictive despite its limitations.

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What is the meaning of “threat” to the security of your organization’s network? In a practical sense, does this mean you should try to minimize the vulnerabilities of different applications? Or is there more?

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