If you use an ISP-provided router, it can act as a hotspot that other customers can use for free. Is it safe to use your router as a hotspot? Let’s find out.
With the repeal of the Internet Privacy rules, there are several pieces of data that your ISP can obtain from you. Here’s what your ISP knows about you, and why you should be bothered.
The US Senate has voted to give ISPs in the US the right to sell and share customers’ personal web browsing data without their consent. What does this mean for you? Let’s find out!
If the price of your Internet continues to rise every year, follow these five tips to get a better deal from your ISP and lower your Internet bill.
There are many ISPs that have either not switched over to IPv6 or have only partially made the implementation. What’s the holdup? Should you be worried?
Despite the fact that fiber is amazingly fast, it’s not necessarily delivering the Internet speed it promises. Check out the reasons why is this so.
Have you ever wondered why your Internet speed is always not as fast as your service provider said it would be? It never hurts to examine the most common causes of slower-than-advertised Internet speeds and determine whether one of these is happening to you so that you can determine how to remedy the situation.
You’ve probably seen the words “DoS” and “DDoS” pop up. In case you’ve been wondering what they are and how they affect you, we’ll delve into that and also mention a little bit on the the possibilities of protecting yourself from such an attack.