Google doesn’t contain everything. If there are things that you can’t find with Google, try out these methods to search the Deep Web and find what you want.
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It’s been discovered that a bug in Lastpass browser extensions is leaking passwords. Here is what you need to know about the exploits and what you can do to protect yourself.
Have you ever streamed a video and found that the quality is bad? Here are some ways to potentially improve your Internet speed with little to no cost.
For those who are using Messenger, Facebook added an encryption feature last October. Here is how you can turn encryption on in your Facebook Messenger.
You probably know and have heard about “zero-day exploits,” but there are some ugly truths that you would rather not know as you get deeper into it. Here are some of them.
Recent changes to the FCC’s administration has net neutrality and other Internet privacy/security/fairness protections under fire. Here is what’s going on and what you can do about it.
Here we will bring attention to some of the more light-hearted reveals in Vault 7 that have largely been overlooked by media outlets. Check it out … it’s funny!
Looking for an email address of someone not in your contact list might not be easy. Here are a few strategies to find anyone’s email addresses from the Web.
IBM announced a great advancement in storage size and capacity: the ability to store information within a single atom. What does this mean for you?
A massive leak of some of the CIA’s closely kept secrets stored in a repository known as “vault 7” has hit the wire. Here’s what you need to know, and worry about.
We all know that Google collects a lot of data about us. Here are some Google Chrome options you should use to protect your privacy … to an extent.
A major bug in Cloudflare has caused a massive leak of private data from millions of websites. Here’s what you need to do in the aftermath of CloudBleed.
Long gone are the days where you needed to print out a document just to sign it. Here are several ways for you to sign documents electronically.
There will be times when you are not connected to the Internet and need to access your Google Docs. Here’s how to set up and use Google Docs offline.
To watch an online video you can either stream or download it. But which one should you use? Find out the differences and when to use each in a look at streaming vs. downloading.
In addition to ransomware, another upcoming dangerous trend is selling “ransomware as a service.” Here is what you need to know about it and how to protect yourself.
The rise of social media has resulted in the viral spread of information, particularly in the spread of fake news. Here’s what you need to know and how you can fix it.
Gigabit connection is the latest trend and a significant upgrade to your current Internet speed and bill, but do you really need it? Here’s how to find out.