What Makes Two-Factor Authentication Flawed?

What Makes Two-Factor Authentication Flawed?

Two-factor authentication has been a very powerful way to make sure that you’re the correct person to log in to your data and access data, but there’s some bad news: it’s flawed.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
4 Useful Computer Price Comparison Websites

4 Useful Computer Price Comparison Websites

With so many different vendors selling computers these days, it can be hard to find the absolute best deal for your money. Here are some computer price comparison websites to make your life a little easier.

By Simon Batt -
How to Add, Create and Manage Search Engines in Firefox

How to Add, Create and Manage Search Engines in Firefox

Firefox is a heavily customizable browser. One of the many settings you can change are the search engines installed within the browser. Learn how you can add, create and manage the search engines in Firefox.

By Alexander Fox -
5 of the Best Tor Alternatives for Anonymous Browsing

5 of the Best Tor Alternatives for Anonymous Browsing

Tor can be a great tool to keep users anonymous, but it does have its drawbacks that may push users to try something new. If you are looking for Tor alternatives, here are a few options to surf online anonymously.

By Fabio Buckell -
How to Delete Unused Database Tables in WordPress

How to Delete Unused Database Tables in WordPress

When you uninstall a plugin in WordPress, it often leaves behind the database tables it created and a bloated database. Here’s how to easily delete those leftover database tables in WordPress.

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How to Turn Off Chrome URL Autocomplete

How to Turn Off Chrome URL Autocomplete

The Chrome URL autocomplete feature may not always show you the right URL. This article includes some things you can do to prevent that annoying autocomplete feature from appearing.

By Fabio Buckell -
Why Is YouTube Labeling State-Funded News Sources

Why Is YouTube Labeling State-Funded News Sources

If there’s one frustration people often have, it’s that they don’t know what news sources they can trust. YouTube took this into account when it planned a new feature that will label state-funded news sources.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
How to Migrate all your Data from Google Chrome to Firefox

How to Migrate all your Data from Google Chrome to Firefox

If you just switched to Firefox, you’ll want to import your bookmarks or favorites from your current browser. This tutorial will walk you through the process of importing user data from Chrome to Firefox.

By Kenneth Kimari -
Should Facebook Let Users Define Fake News?

Should Facebook Let Users Define Fake News?

Facebook is considering letting its users define what exactly is or isn’t fake news, through a series of surveys. It’s time to explore the idea in depth and consider the potential pitfalls in this strategy.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
How to Identify a Bad VPN

How to Identify a Bad VPN

Not all VPNs are created equally. There are plenty of good, as well as bad, VPNs around. Discover how you can spot a bad VPN and stay safe online.

By Fabio Buckell -
How to Use Google Sheets: Key Tips to Get You Started

How to Use Google Sheets: Key Tips to Get You Started

Google Sheets may not be as feature-rich as Excel, but there’s a lot more to it than first meets the eye. Here are some tips and tricks for how to use Google Sheets which should ensure you get off to a smooth start.

By Robert Zak -
Firefox Quantum: The Browser Made for the Future

Firefox Quantum: The Browser Made for the Future

The release of the new Firefox Quantum promises amazing speed, new minimal design, and a bunch of changes that will make Firefox go head-to-head against the other browsers.

By Karrar Haider -
How To Create a Custom Google Docs Template Without GSuite

How To Create a Custom Google Docs Template Without GSuite

While Google moved their custom templates to their GSuite service, you can still create your own templates in Google Docs. If you are using the same document layout over and over again, here’s how you can create your own custom Google Docs template.

By Simon Batt -
Why Do Executives Hide Data Breaches?

Why Do Executives Hide Data Breaches?

Whenever a major company suffers a data breach, an amount of time seems to pass until the victims are informed. Why is this so? Let’s find out.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -