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.
Searching for your favorite celebrities seems innocent enough, but online delinquents can use your interest in celebs to target you for malware. Here’s how to stay safe when checking up on your favorite stars.
As more and more people make the decision to cancel their cable TV packages and cut the cord, Kodi continues to grow in popularity. But is it as secure as you think?
Plenty of people become victims of internet scams. Given how complex some are, it’s not surprising. But others are so unbelievably wacky it’s hard to understand why anyone was ever caught out.
AdultFriendFinder, which calls itself “the world’s largest sex and swinger community,” got hit, and over 410 million account details, including email addresses and passwords, have been posted online. It’s one of the largest breaches of all time.
Someone is pretending to be me online, using my name, an article I wrote, and a fake email address to hack Instagram accounts. Here’s what you can learn from it.
If you have an AdultFriendFinder account you should change your password immediately. Because Friend Finder Network, the parent company of AFF, has been hacked.
Why should you choose ExpressVPN? Well, we’ve given it a try, and quite like what we’ve seen so far. We think you will, too.
The PS4 has introduced lots of social features since its launch, and you have control over how those are used. Here’s a quick guide to the privacy settings on your PS4.
Banks are being hacked left and right these days and everybody is at risk — even you. Here are some warning signs and preventive measures that you should know about ASAP.
Insurance companies use increasingly invasive tactics to investigate and verify a potential claim, keeping fraudulent and other malicious claims low. How far do they go? Is it too far? And most importantly, is it legal?
Ransomware is scary and you don’t want to get hit by it — but even if you do, there are compelling reasons why you should NOT pay said ransom!
You should consider uninstalling WOT right now. Why? Because Web of Trust has been caught collecting and selling user data. Even worse, this data hasn’t always been successfully anonymized.