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15 April 2022
Privacy is one of the foremost concerns of every person who is running a gym or any other platform. However, there are various ways to handle the tricky situation when it comes to managing the fitness software.
Besides this, it is not easy to convince people about the new technology whether they are secure or not. But if you perform this duty full of courage and responsibility then there are more chances.
Lets discuss important aspects of privacy in the fitness tracker and how you can manage it. read more...
8 October 2021
Notes can be used to collect ideas, create checklists and sketches, and carry out a range of other tasks. Furthermore, you can easily synchronize your iCloud notes with the rest of your devices. It is crucial to know, however, that your devices might tell a lot about your life.
As a result, it is vital to prevent unwanted tracking of your online activity as soon as possible, as data disclosure might have serious consequences for your reputation. read more...
12 May 2021
The personal data breach has become one of the most daunting problems in recent years. Therefore, social networks and other social platforms (forums, mail services, CRM systems, etc.) are constantly looking for new ways to improve their functionality and most notably prevent unauthorized access to personal data and user content.
Would you like to restrict those cybercriminals from getting damage to your social media privacy? Keep on reading and find out the most effective ways to set a protection mechanism in motion. read more...
23 March 2021
It’s so important to understand your electronic footprints and how it works. Often the third parties or external cookies can approach whatever information you are sharing online.
Even if you try searching your name on Google, a list of your data will appear – be it your social media profile, any published article with your name, or posts you have updated online. Know that anyone at any time can check these details, including your family, your friends, or maybe your colleagues. read more...
5 January 2021
We know hackers have more interest in gaining access to servers of businesses than educational institutions. However, every personal information stored on the internet is worth protecting.
Schools collect loads of their students’ data and are obligated by law to ensure their safety. With an increase in remote teaching, it is very important now more than ever for teachers to pay attention to student’s data privacy. read more...
18 November 2020
Do you know about Trust.Zone's Warrant Canary?
A warrant canary is a method by which a Trust.Zone VPN service aims to inform its users that the Trust.Zone has not been served with a secret government subpoena. In addition to a digital signature, warrant canary provides recent news headlines as proof that the warrant canary was recently posted. If warrant canary fails to be updated during the specified time then the user is to assume that the Trust.Zone has received a subpoena and should stop using the service. read more...
4 November 2020
The moment you connected your computer to the Internet, you placed it on the 'cyber' battlefield. You might not want to fight in a cyber war, you probably just want to browse the web and check Facebook in peace, but simply by connecting your computer to the Internet, you have placed it, and everything on it, 'in harm's way'.
Would you send a soldier off to battle without body armor? No, so don't send your computer out into the fray unprotected. The enemy doesn't care what country you claim as your own, they don't care that behind the screen is a 65 year-old grandmother who loves to knit sweaters and watch funny cat videos.
So ask yourself the question: Is my computer ready for battle? read more...
24 October 2020
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...
1 October 2020
In the USA, almost 39% of marriages end in divorce. If your marriage is one of them, then you probably have already consulted with a lawyer on your privacy issue. Probably you were surprised to hear that one of the most important things you need to protect in divorce is your digital data. Nevertheless, it is true. No matter how peaceful your separation is there may be a lot of information that you don’t want your spouse’s attorney to produce in court.
After two people become a family, it is hard for them to make a clean break, especially today, when everybody is too dependent on the Internet. Below there are 8 useful tips on how to secure your online accounts during a divorce properly. read more...
29 September 2020
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...