With the number of cryptojacking cases on the rise, how do you check to see if your browser comes with cryptojacking protection, and is it secure enough to stop a cryptojacking attack? Let’s find out.
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Microsoft added a Controlled Folder Access feature in Windows Fall Creators Update to protect against ransomware. Here’s how it works and how to enable it.
A Denial of Service attack can hit anyone whose modem have a public IP. Here are some ways to prevent and protect your modem from a denial of service.
Many people want to know how to stay safe when on their computers, so we asked our writers, “How can I protect myself on my computer?” Check out our answers.
Going away for a trip or vacation? This article lists some simple practices to help you protect your home while you are on holiday and ensures you need to spend the least cash while doing so.
In this article we explain how to install fail2ban and configure it to monitor logs and protect Apache from malicious authentication failure attempts.
Unlike laptops, iPads don’t have a ready-made hard case that keep it protected naturally. Laptops close up to make the screen inaccessible to being scratched or broken, and to keep the contents on the hard drive safe. While iPads can do many of the same things as a laptop and can be easier to work […]
You know the drill to keep your files safe: backup, backup and backup. But we all know that accidents can happen and even your backup hard disk can crash. Disk Drill is a disk protection and recovery tool that aims to protect your Mac from losing data in the event that it crashed. Disk Drill […]
Last week we discussed some safety tips on Gmail and how you can completely secure your email account from getting hacked. Twitter is not an exception and you should be very careful with your Twitter activity. There are a lot of “phishing scams” spreading on Twitter and other social networking sites everyday. People use insane […]
In December, Facebook introduced a new facet to their privacy settings. They would default them to be viewed by everyone, which means that anyone with a Facebook account can view your settings. It caused a huge uproar by some people, but I wasn’t one of them. I had come to realize awhile back that Facebook […]