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Tips to Increase your Personal Digital Security

Tips to Increase your Personal Digital Security
Everyone with a login on a smart phone, laptop, PC or tablet also knows about phishing, password, identity theft, scamming, and to some extent, file intrusion and hardware damage via advanced malware. Probably less known fact is that knowledgeable hackers will emphasis on entities in...
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Securing web sites from web hackers

If you sell some stuff, it makes sense that headlines of what you are selling spreads far and wide to invite as many customers as possible. To this end, products selling websites want to be found near the top of popular search engine and to...
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A Glance on Next Targets for Hackers

Exploring about what hackers are targeting today is simple. Their attacks are easily seen, loud, full of impact, and have a great consequence on the user assets. The bigger challenge is to reveal out where they will target tomorrow. Knowing where hacker threats will arise...
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Patch your IP Camera for maximum security

IP cameras are basically purchase, connect, and don’t touch devices. But in the current scenario of hackers, they now need daily updates and patches. Otherwise your IP camera may be hacked, join a hacker botnet or leak video without your knowing. IP cameras are easy...
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Adware a Tricky Threat to watch out for

Adware are ad popups that keep displaying in the middle of your computer screen. It is displayed mostly when you surf the internet. The main reason of its coming again and again is you have clicked on something that is giving you some kind of...
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Protection against Man In The Middle Attacks

There’s a cause why most people feel painful about the idea of someone spying on them—the spy could possibly hear sensitive or private data. This is precisely the danger that computer user’s face with a severe danger called a “Man-in-the-Middle” (MITM) attack. In this attack,...
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SMS Two-Factor Authentication is Not Secure but Still in Use

In today’s world, technology has become so advanced that anything you do for your data security, there are still some lags. To do safe banking, shopping and money transfer, two factor authentication is a very popular security feature. It is also identified as multi-factor authentication,...
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Customer Data Leaked at NYC Milestone MSG

New York City is one of those locations that people from around the world make a trip to see. During the long weekend season, Radio City Music Hall and the Madison Square Garden are the most visited places that many families visit annually. Similarly, other...
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The Ransomware Outbreak of 2016

Cryptography and ransom have origins deep in human life. But, only in the past few years has the world seen what disaster can occur when someone combines them. It was first seen in the year 1989, when Dr. Joseph L. Popp started off the outbreak...
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