Most XSS attacks are preventable by the potential victim. It is your responsibility to arm yourself against any threat lest you become a victim.
Have you encountered websites where Google Chrome refuses to remember the login username and password? This extension can fix it.
Even after you’ve cleared your browser’s cookies, or even disable them entirely, companies are still able to get hold of your browser history. Here’s how.
For those who read RSS feeds every day, JellyReader is a useful RSS reader that store your feeds in the cloud and allows you to access RSS feeds offline.
There are times when you forgot to log out of Gmail, Facebook or LinkedIn on a browser. Here’s how you can logout from Gmail and Facebook remotely.
A Firefox add-on called Easy Copy offers a quick way to copy multiple web page URLs, along with other details like page title and HTML source.
Are you worrying about your privacy when surfing the web? History Eraser can clean up your Chrome browsing history with a single click. Check it out here.
Your browser comes with some capabilities that have become obsolete. Here are some extensions to enhance browsers capability and performance.
If you want to keep your files safe while synchronizing them between computers, Syncthing is a good alternative for Dropbox that you can use.
With Apple acquiring Beats, will it change your music habits? How do you obtain your music? CD, iTunes, or subscription service?
The developers of Github decided to come out with its own text editor – atom. Let’s check out Atom text editor and see how it fares with other text editors.
There are over 4 billions people have no access to Internet. How can we promote internet access to the rest of the world? Check out these solutions.
The YouTube Android app allows you to browse the site while the current video plays in the corner. Here is how you can do so with desktop Google Chrome..
Firefox for Android comes with a built-in reader mode that strips articles down to just their text for easy reading. Let’s check out how it works.
Documents conversion can be a hassle and may require you to install additional software. Soda PDF allows you to convert documents to PDF within Firefox. Let’s check it out!
EasyDrop is an extension for Google Chrome that lets you access your Dropbox files from Google Chrome, without leaving your current tab.
With the overwhelming information in the Internet, it has become necessary for us to read faster. Here are some tools to improve your reading speed.
Internet privacy has always been a major issue. It’s time to address this and show you how you can ride the waves of the post-privacy internet.
Google is reportedly testing a new interface for Gmail. Here’s how it looks like.
If you receive an email from Facebook, beware! This latest Facebook email scam attempts to claim username and password details from innocent users.
Rublon is a plugin that implements two factor authentication in WordPress, without you having to do the additional authentication step. Let see how it works.
Are you confused on what DHCP is and if you should disable it to make your network more secure? You won’t be after reading this.
The Internet has given us online news sources that allow you to easily find the news you enjoy. Where do you prefer to get your news – traditional or online
Have you ever been browsing your Twitter feed and find an Amazon product you want to buy? Now you can buy it right away thanks to #AmazonCart.
With Outlook.com, it seems that Microsoft has hit the jackpot with an email service that competes with Gmail. Read on to find how to import IMAP messages.
As of late, many people have been hacked and are the victims of password leaks and Trojan horse infections. The following are some tips if it happens to you
To get rid of profanity and offensive content on your site, you can either moderate every single post manually, or automate it with an external tool. WebPurity is one useful tool built for this purpose.
If you use Firefox, an add-on called SuperDrag allows you to open links by simply employing the drag and drop function of your mouse.
Check out the funny ads below, the work of HonestSlogans, that are more truthful than their real counterparts.
What if I tell you that your encrypted data may already be cracked by the hackers? Here are some examples why encryption is not as safe as you may believe.
Google has been scanning your emails so as to serve you targeted ads. Here is how you can opt out of the system and stop Gmail from showing you targeted ads.
Google Maps has added a new “time machine” feature when you are browsing in Street View. It helps you learn if an area has changed since you visited last.
The History tool in Google Chrome can be in a mess sometimes. Better History provides a more structured way of searching and viewing recently visited sites.
There are many reports about net neutrality and how it can affect us all negatively if it would be removed. Let’s see how it can protect us as a consumer.
The latest vulnerability is the Heartbleed Bug that affects the very websites that are supposed to be the safest. Do you still feel safe using the Internet?
Following up to its revamp of the office web apps, Microsoft released a Chrome extension that allows you to use Office in Chrome browser. Let’s check it out.
Momentum for Google Chrome allows you to customize the new tab pages, set your to do tasks and some other interesting customization. Let’s check it out.
For our giveaway of the week, we are glad to have 10 premium WordPress themes (worth $750) from TemplateMonster to give away. Participate now!
For those who need to keep track of word count, Word Count Tool for Firefox allows you to easily find out the word/character count of highlighted text in the browser.
If you want to try a faster way to share web content online, you might want to try an extension for Google Chrome called Cortex.
Things just don’t work the way they should in the Internet. Here are some things you should know about the OpenSSL “Heartbleed” bug and how it affects you.
If you have thought of learning how to code this summer break, here is a list of some of the most useful resources for you to learn Android and iOS coding.
If you are using Thunderbird as your email client, check out this list of security addons for Thunderbird to secure your emails and protect yourself.
Wired Marker for Firefox allows you to permanently mark text on websites. The highlighted text will still be visible the next time you visit the site.
If one country could ban a website from its borders, what prevents other countries from doing the same? Can Internet regulation ever be good?
There are tons of bookmarking services around, but If you need a better and easier way to save web content, then Dragdis could be the one for you.
When you start to see weird behavior on your PC, it could be signs that your online security has been compromised. Here are 11 signs you should take note of
Technology podcasts are useful for catching up technology news in a short amount of time, Here is a list of some of the best ones out there.
Do you know that you can easily compress your high-res images to smaller size without affecting its image quality? Here’s how image compression works.