security (35)

How Much Does an Ethical Hacker Earn in the United States

Hackers have made their mark in cyberspace, with their reputation as the bad guys who use unethical methods to cause harm. However, you can't label all hackers together because som...

Alex · 05 June · 42

4 Common VPN Types and How To Use Them

There are four common types of Virtual Private Networks (VPN): site-to-site VPNs, personal VPNs, mobile VPNs, and remote access VPNs. But first, why should you Consider a VPN? Si...

davidjamesdj789 · 04 June · 69

Five uses of security seals you would never have thought of!

When we chant our precinct motto about “sealing the world”, the applications of these little passive security devices which first come to mind are those with whom we are most famil...

Livia Neisat · 31 May · 20

Seecrets on Stability A Gentle Intro on Cryptography

A somewhat prolonged list of content "Retaining Your Guidelines Strategy" will have a look at smart ideas in more element and offer very helpful advice and tips. Certainly, these w...

Johnthomas · 09 May · 22

Is Windows Defender Good Enough?

Remember when Norton, McAfee, and Webroot ruled the world, and we were all buying separate antivirus security suites for our computers? These days, many of us have forgotten about...

Jacob Enderson · 12 February · 230

How to Secure Your Shopify Store from Hackers?

Over the last few years, eCommerce has become an essential part for every business owner because it generates a huge return on investment. In fact, as per the survey, the eCommerce...

Johnson Lisa · 17 December 2021 · 97

Ways To Keep Your Anonymous VPS Secure

Online security and reliable hosting service continue to be one of the most discussed topics nowadays. Gone are the days when hackers dwelled in business owners' mistakes and stole...

Umer · 23 November 2021 · 103

How‌ ‌To‌ ‌Fix‌ ‌Your‌ ‌Connection‌ ‌Is‌ ‌Not‌ ‌Private‌ ‌ Error‌ ‌(100%‌ ‌Legit‌ ‌Methods)‌

You surely came across the “Connection Is Not Private” error whenever you’re trying to visit a website. We know what brought you here. 95% of the time, people close the tab whenev...

Priya Rai · 24 June 2021 · 766

So you want to be a Security Engineer?

Data is exposed, leaked, stolen and traded every day on the internet. Data breaches are now so common, they no longer become headlines, but mere side notes. Yet companies are spend...

Alex · 05 November 2020 · 38

How to use the chkrootkit command. Linux Tips

In this Linux tip, we’re going to look at the chkrootkit command. It’s a command that will examine your system for rootkits -- generally malicious software that enables unauthorize...

Jacob Enderson · 02 September 2020 · 3.8K

Apple and Facebook argue about the collection of user data

The new operating system for iPhone and iPad makes it difficult for the advertising industry to collect data. Facebook fears for business - and criticizes Apple. In the past f...

Alex · 27 August 2020 · 31

30% of the 1000 largest sites use scripts for hidden identification

A group of researchers from Mozilla, the University of Iowa and the University of California have published  their study results of the use of code for hidden user identification o...

Alex · 27 August 2020 · 32

Why You Should Turn On Two Factor Authentication

In 1981, the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, was shot by a gunman in Washington DC. It wasn’t fatal, but it was close. Reagan was rushed to hospital and in the cha...

Alex · 03 August 2020 · 104 · 1

Is TikTok a THREAT?

If you're a smartphone enthusiast, you've probably heard about big name Chinese phone manufacturers like ZTE and Huawei being restricted from the US market. So, it may not be terri...

Alex · 28 July 2020 · 45 · 1

Are Google Chrome extensions safe?

One of the most useful things about modern web browsers is their support for extensions, whether it's automatically finding coupon codes. Cleaning up your experience on social medi...

Alex · 24 July 2020 · 38

How to share files and printers in Windows?

When you connect your laptop to a new Wi-Fi network, it's never enough for Windows to just connect you and be done with it. It always asks you this rather cryptic question about wh...

Alex · 15 July 2020 · 137