The Amy Lane Mysteries

A Cardiff-set mystery series by Rosie Claverton
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Most book lovers will have experienced that moment whilst reading a certain book when the thought “this would make an amazing film” crosses.

Amy Lane #2.5: Car Hacker

Amy Lane Car Hacker, a short story set in the universe of Cardiff-based crime series The Amy Lane Mysteries

Jason and Amy's Map of Cardiff -> click the image to discover the Cardiff of The Amy Lane Mysteries

Jason and Amy's Map of Cardiff -> click the image to discover the Cardiff of The Amy Lane Mysteries

JASON CARR. WANTED FOR MURDER. #FindJason in Code Runner - launching today!

- The Amy Lane Mysteries

Letters, numbers, symbols: Services are demanding more and more conditions for your passwords. Uppercase letters, special characters, 8-16 characters – by imposing these rules, they hope to make your password more secure. In fact, they are driving more people to write down their passwords in an effort to remember. This is, of course, very stupid.

Agoraphobic hacker Amy Lane lays down the law on password security - The Amy Lane Mysteries by Rosie Claverton

Unless you have a good head for random letter-number strings, you will likely base your password on words in common usage. This improves the chances of your password being guessed by a hacker. If that word is publicly associated with you, those chances increase at a steep incline. Therefore, if you use something as moronic as your child or dog’s name as your password, the probability of a first-time guess approaches 1.

Password creation 101 🐶 You can name her whatever you like but be sure it's something you can remember. You'll be using it as a security question answer for the rest of your life.

Amy Lane's Guide to Password Security: If you’re looking for my advice, I’m assuming we’ve filtered out the first layer of morons. I’m talking about the kind of people who think “password” is a great password or use one of the most common and worst passwords of the year. Or that swapping out letters for numbers in the name of their favourite band is the height of security. (Yes, Jason, I’m looking at you.)

Agoraphobic hacker Amy Lane lays down the law on password security - The Amy Lane Mysteries by Rosie Claverton

You need someone to look out for you. Someone on your side, who really believes you aren’t a complete waste of space who probably did what everyone’s saying he did. It helps if that person also knows how to go about proving you’re innocent, has friends who are honest cops, and maybe planted a tracking device on you to make sure she knows where you are 24/7. It’s creepy at first, but it’s good to know that someone’s genuinely got your back. And wants you to come home.

36 million Americans have purchased prescription drugs online illegally, while law enforcement agencies struggle to shut down websites selling drugs without a prescription.

Safe for you and safe for your mates  If you’re a selfish git, you might just be thinking of your own skin. But if you’ve got family you love and mates you respect, you’re gonna want to keep them out of harm’s way as well as you. So making straight for your mam’s front door isn’t smart – it might draw down all kinds of hell on her, from the law to the lawless.

Woman drops off passenger in Glastonbury - then gets windows smashed by .

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