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4 Security Measures Hackers Don't Want To Encounter
12 December 2020
4 Security Measures Hackers Don't Want To Encounter

Hackers have been all over the news lately, whether it’s a major hacker collective, a lone wolf hacker, or some “script kiddies” just hacking for the thrill of it, hackers seem to be hitting us from all angles.

Are there any defenses against the savvy hacker or even the amateur one? 

Let’s look at several things that hackers hate to see a target have in place as security measures: read more...

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Passwords Habits in the US: 75% of Americans Use Weak Passwords
11 December 2020
Passwords Habits in the US: 75% of Americans Use Weak Passwords

One of Google’s study with Harris Poll revealed the real truth behind passwords creation of native Americans. The vast majority faces frustration and even difficulties when coming up with a password. Having no secure strategy in mind and lacking an operating system to ensure that password verification has the latest security updates simply makes the American people struggle (nearly 75%).T

The five most popular of which are: 123456, Password, 12345678, qwerty, 123456789. read more...

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10 Solutions to Prevent Ransomware Attacks from Fraudsters
20 November 2020
10 Solutions to Prevent Ransomware Attacks from Fraudsters

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that digital adoption increases digital risk.
Ransomware is a very common security threat distributed by criminal-minded cyber offenders through phishing emails or online downloads that usually have malicious code. As soon as the infection begins, the legitimate owners lost access to their sensitive data. Your access will be renewed only if you pay a fee. read more...

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Top 2021 Cyber Threats To Look For
17 November 2020
Top 2021 Cyber Threats To Look For

The year 2020 will forever remain branded in our minds not only because of the COVID-19 pandemic but also because of the aftermath of this crisis. One of the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis is the rise in cybercrime.
The question right now is how to update cybersecurity toolkit to be able to handle the emerging cyber threats. The best way to stay ahead of security breaches is knowledge. read more...

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8 Ways How to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Attacks
16 November 2020
8 Ways How to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks were increased by 41% last year,and this figure is expected to increase in future. The ransomware kits are easily available on the dark web .
The best way to reduce the risk of ransomware attacks is to stop it before it infects our devices and systems. Adopting a proactive approach is still the best defense. Since we can't predict what future holds for us, all we can do is protect ourselves by ensuring safe surfing practices. read more...

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7 Bad Habits That Are Killing Your Security
5 November 2020
7 Bad Habits That Are Killing Your Security

Bad habits, everybody has them. Whether it’s convenience, laziness, security fatigue or just apathy, we all develop bad computing habits over the years, which could be detrimental to our security posture.

Here are 7 of the most common security-related bad habits that can be the most harmful to your overall security: read more...

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How to Avoid the Risks of Free VPNs when Working from Home
24 October 2020
How to Avoid the Risks of Free VPNs when Working from Home

The best things in life may be free, but not when it comes to a VPN. Where your online privacy is concerned, a free VPN, service will likely do you more harm than good. Luckily, there are ways you can overcome the risks involved with free VPNs when working from home.
A few years back, there was hardly any demand for VPN services. In recent years, the rising popularity of the digital nomad lifestyle and quarantine restrictions have made VPNs a necessity. If you're working from home and are considering using a VPN, here are the risks to avoid and what actions to take to secure your data (compare Free VPN vs. Paid VPN) Browser Hijacking read more...

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5 Ways to Make Your Device a Less Attractive Hacker Target
21 October 2020
5 Ways to Make Your Device a Less Attractive Hacker Target

Hackers seem to be everywhere these days, on the news, in the movies. You can’t turn around without seeing a news story about a major data breach or massive hacking attack that took down a huge company’s online operations.

So the question is, what can you do to make your computer a less attractive target to a hacker. read more...

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7 Practical Security Strategies for Website Owners
20 October 2020
7 Practical Security Strategies for Website Owners

Website security is a complex, yet crucial area for every website owner. In order to professionally mitigate risks, of course, it is better to hire an IT expert who specializes in security services or outsource this process. However, if you are just inquiring about the possible ways of safeguarding your website, we are sharing security practices you shouldn't neglect as a website owner. read more...

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8 Reasons VPN Protects Your Privacy When Visiting Adult Sites
29 September 2020
8 Reasons VPN Protects Your Privacy When Visiting Adult Sites

The rate at which folks visit adult websites is on the upward trajectory, and the trends show no signs of stopping any time soon. According to report, adult websites are more popular than Amazon and Netflix. But here’s the point: as much watching adult content is often discussed in a morality context, a huge elephant in the house is usually overlooked – security and privacy.

If you think that you will never be affected by such issues, this could be the right time to reconsider. read more...

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