Tor: Not that hard to crack

Tor: Not that hard to crack

08 December 2014

US and European police recently arrested 17 people and shut down over 400 online contraband operations that they thought remained hidden by Tor. For those of you who don’t know, Tor is a browser that lets people get a taste of the virtual world without having to deal with censorship online, and they can stay [...]

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Mobile Payments to Get Security Reboot with iWatch

Mobile Payments to Get Security Reboot with iWatch

05 December 2014

Rumor has it that Apple is going to be upping the ante on the iWatch in ways that will make it the hottest thing to hit the market in 2014 and the next year. In the world of smartphones and tablets it was only going to be a short while before we moved onto other [...]

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Facebook’s “Moments” Could Be an Answer to Our Privacy Woes

Facebook’s “Moments” Could Be an Answer to Our Privacy Woes

03 December 2014

An app that lets you share things in the most private manner possible? Well it seems like there’s finally an app for that. Facebook has become notorious for not giving much of a thought to its increasingly open nature. Something that its users have griped about time and again. However, in the most recent news [...]

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How to Safely Share Personal Information on the Internet

How to Safely Share Personal Information on the Internet

01 December 2014

Unlike its days of infancy when an email address was the only way to communicate electronically, the Internet now offers plethora of services to connect and share with our loved ones. From various social media channels to express our opinions to apps that let us send pictures and videos at just a tap of a [...]

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Wi-Fi Safety: What you need to know

Wi-Fi Safety: What you need to know

28 November 2014

You might think that a Wi-Fi connection doesn’t pose any real threat to you, but as we are finding out, just about anything in the digital realm can be turned into a potential threat. If you have a smart phone, tablet or laptop the likelihood is that at some point you will be hooked in [...]

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Verizon’s supercookies are bad news

Verizon’s supercookies are bad news

26 November 2014

If you were worried about cookies and your privacy before, hold on to your hats because your worries are about to get just a little bit more serious. Verizon has rolled out its supercookies, which are not particularly delicious and could open the gateway to hell for you by letting advertisers and hackers go for [...]

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Using a Public PC? Keep these Things in Mind

Using a Public PC? Keep these Things in Mind

24 November 2014

Public computers are all around us and a lot of them are not easy to escape. Whether  you are trying to wrap up work at an airport care or figuring out the last bits of your thesis at the library, if you are using a public computer then you should also be one step ahead [...]

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The 101 on Staying Safe on Social Media

The 101 on Staying Safe on Social Media

21 November 2014

It is not supposed to be all that difficult to do, but it can be super hard for some people to manage. Most people don’t think that they are going to get into trouble online, they see no reason anyone should target them let alone a hacker or identity thieve and they don’t think scam [...]

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