Security Matters - page 5

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

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Yes: That U2 Album Means Apple Can Send Data To Your iPhone

14th September, 2014
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Metadata – The Information About Your Information

11th September, 2014
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6 Places To Hide Your HDDs & Memory Cards When You’re Out Of Town

8th September, 2014
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5 Privacy Reasons Not To Buy An Amazon Smartphone

5th September, 2014
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4 Compelling Security Reasons Not To Jailbreak Your iPhone or iPad

4th September, 2014
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Five Facebook Threats That Can Infect Your PC, And How They Work

1st September, 2014
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Track Who’s Using Your Windows Computer When You’re Not Around

1st September, 2014
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Stop Thieves From Recovering Your Data After A Factory Reset

1st September, 2014
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Why Usernames & Passwords Are A Thing Of The Past, And How To Cope With This

31st August, 2014
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3 Reasons Why Chromebook Does Not Solve Digital Security Issues

30th August, 2014
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Don’t Be Fooled! 5 Tips To Avoid Fake Apps In The Windows Store

29th August, 2014
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Want To Ditch Big Business And Protect Your Privacy? Here’s How

29th August, 2014
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How To Stop Your Entire Desktop PC Or Home Office From Being Stolen

28th August, 2014
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TorrentLocker Is A New Ransomware Down Under. And It’s Evil.

22nd August, 2014
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The Gmail Panopticon: The End of Privacy As We Know It?

21st August, 2014

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3 Compelling Reasons Why Firefox’s Stance On Privacy Is Worth Paying Attention To

November 21, 2014

No one wants to think they’re being watched without consent. Firefox is the only “big three” browser with zero interest in collecting user data. What does this really mean for users?

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Stop! Thief! Prevent Your Camera Being Stolen With Lenstag

November 3, 2014

Earlier this year Lenstag reunited their first photographer with his stolen gear. When Philip Martin checked his recently purchased lens against Lenstag’s database he found it was stolen. He contacted Lenstag and returned it to the original photographer. Since then, we’ve learned that a second photographer has recovered stolen camera equipment using Lenstag. Gary Fraley […]

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Why You Should Use Browsers for Browsing, Not Saving Information

November 22, 2014

It’s nice that we can just fill out a form with one click and get things done. It really makes things simple. Thank goodness that modern web browsers have that capability. Oh, sure it makes it easier for you to get things done, but did you know it also makes it easier for the bad guys […]

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Why You Should Protect Your Waveable Visa Card From Mobile Fraudsters

November 18, 2014

Chip-and-PIN credit cards are very common in the UK, and they’re on the rise in the US, as well—they’re generally considered to be both more convenient and more secure than the long-used American signature cards. However, a team of researchers at Newcastle University recently performed some alarming experiments that has some chip-and-PIN card carriers worried. […]

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