If you are selling PDF files online, you don’t want anyone to be able to steal your hard work and claim it for their own. This will show how you can easily secure your PDF files to protect your intellectual property.
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There’s an old school of thought that says that Linux is more secure than other operating systems. Do you think Linux is more secure than other OS?
While the secure empty trash option is gone in OS X El Capitan, there is still a way to do it if needed. Here’s how to empty the trash securely on your Mac using a Terminal command.
There are tons of options out there to keep your machine secure. Do you take advantage of security measures to keep your PC secure?
There are many different ways to keep your information safe, but do you feel secure with the method that you’ve chosen to select and store your passwords?
No matter where you turn, people seem to be talking about the cloud. And while cloud computing does have its attractions and advantages, there are still a few concerns about it. Like what? Well, your data is in someone else’s hands. And what happens if a service you’re using closes up shop, denies you access […]
Have you ever wanted to share a large and confidential file with your colleagues or clients but can’t find the appropriate tools to do it? While there are plenty of online services that allow you to send/receive large files, the main concern is still the security issue. TitanFile is one file sharing service built with […]
Deleting files in Mac OS isn’t a difficult thing to do by any means, yet it can be confusing. Everyone knows how to drag files into the trash can in the dock, yet to actually delete them, there are two choices in the Finder Menu – Empty Trash and Secure Empty Trash. Which one should […]
Sharing large files over the internet has never exactly been easy. There are different ways of sharing files and each one has its fortes and flaws. One of the most common solutions employed while sharing large files is file hosting websites. These sites let you easily upload and share large files. However they offer undesirable […]
The internet helps you quickly share important information with your contacts. However you have to be careful about the internet channels you use to transmit sensitive information. Today’s hackers and malware are very advanced and can possibly intercept the files you share with your friends over IM or other applications. Of course the safest option […]
Let me start this article by telling you about a person who was successful in attacking the vulnerabilities of phones on T-mobile Netherlands last year. There was not really a grave malicious intent on the side of the hacker except that he just wanted the people–whose iPhones were hacked–to know how vulnerable their gadgets were […]
Google knows a lot about you. To date, they’ve been pretty good about handling that information responsibly, but many people are still concerned over the quality and quantity of information held by the search giant. Additionally, other websites have learned to expect that we all use Google and have created tools to harvest as much […]
Email is the most invaluable asset of anyone’s identity on the web. You use email everyday and have all the important information stored in your inbox. All your social networking accounts, website registrations, Paypal accounts etc are connected and controlled by your email and thus it makes sense to completely secure your Gmail account and […]
One thing that I don’t like about Facebook is that when they choose to expose your personal information, they make it a sitewide issue and you have to manually go deep into the setting to regain control of your privacy setting. Yet when they introduce a new security feature, instead of making it a sitewide […]
Wouldn’t it be great if all the Internet connection in the World are secure and encrypted and you don’t have to worry about hackers sniffing your data in the network? Apparently, that does not exist in the real world. Most of the time, when you are using a public network, you are exposing yourself to […]