Security Matters

Keeping your personal and online data private and secure is paramount. We’ll help you to stay safe online with the best firewall and anti-virus software, manage your passwords and how to recognise scams and security risks.

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How Does A Drive-By NFC Hack Work?

2 days ago
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Are Retina/Iris Scanners The Next Level Of Mobile Security?

3 days ago
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Twitter Tests Annoying Users, Hackers Target YouTube Videos, And More… [Tech News Digest]

3 days ago
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How Bad Are Those Facebook Messenger Permissions Anyway?

6 days ago
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CryptoLocker Is Dead: Here’s How You Can Get Your Files Back!

7 days ago
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Why The Internet of Things Is The Biggest Security Nightmare

7 days ago
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The NSA Seeks To Stop Malware, Bing Gets More Conversational, And More… [Tech News Digest]

7 days ago
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Is Windows 8.1 Done After This Unspectacular August Update?

1 week ago
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Immunicity Has Been Shut Down: Here’s What You Need To Know.

1 week ago
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Russian Hacking Gang Captures 1.2 Billion Credentials: What You Should Do

2 weeks ago
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5 Ways To Spot Social Media Scams & Rogue Apps

2 weeks ago
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5 Ways To Generate Secure Passwords On Linux

2 weeks ago
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Three Desktop Browsers Designed To Protect Your Privacy

6th August, 2014
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What’s The Problem With NCH Software & How To Remove It?

6th August, 2014
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Hackers Steal 1 Billion Passwords, Apple Sets iPhone 6 Release Date, And More… [Tech News Digest]

6th August, 2014

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How Bad Are Those Facebook Messenger Permissions Anyway?

August 15, 2014

You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Facebook’s Messenger app. Let’s quell the rumors and find out if the permissions are as bad as they claim.

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Three Desktop Browsers Designed To Protect Your Privacy

August 6, 2014

Internet privacy has been under sustained attack over recent years. Thanks to the heroic efforts of whistleblowers such as Edward Snowden and organizations such as Wikileaks, we are all wiser and can now take precautions to protect our right to privacy. The list of organizations and companies that have access to your data or want […]

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5 Ways To Spot Social Media Scams & Rogue Apps

August 7, 2014

Facebook is a huge platform for all sorts of scams. Cleaning up after falling for one is a pain; let’s take a look at some ways to identify and avoid them.

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Russian Hacking Gang Captures 1.2 Billion Credentials: What You Should Do

What do you get when you cross a dozen Russian criminal hackers with 420,000 websites with an SQL injection vulnerability? You get 4.5 billion compromised user records in the hands of those hackers. On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that Hold Security of Milwaukee, Wisconsin discovered a database filled with stolen credentials. Alex Holden, […]

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