Category: computer security

Use This USB Drive Trick to Secure Your Laptop in Public (or Anywhere Else)

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Did you know you can use a USB stick to secure your computer when you’re in public? Obviously, it can’t
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11 Tips to Keep Your Data Secure on Campus

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It’s that time of year: students are heading back to campus with laptops and tablets in hand. A trove of
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CCleaner Was Distributing Malware for a Month

CCleaner Was Distributing Malware for a Month
CCleaner, a popular piece of security software with a squeaky clean reputation, was distributing malware for the best part of
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Is Your Raspberry Pi Safe and Secure?

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Is your Raspberry Pi secure? Of course it is. But is it really secure? Is the data on it safe?
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Why You Should Use Picture Passwords on Windows

Why You Should Use Picture Passwords on Windows
A plain old password is only one of the many methods for protecting a Windows 10 account. If you use
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5 Real Security Dangers of Downloading Pirated Games

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Awesome video games are coming out all the time — in fact, so far 2017 has been one of the
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It’s time to build our own Equifax with blackjack and crypto

It’s time to build our own Equifax with blackjack and crypto
The private data of 143 million Equifax “customers” is now available for download. Have no doubt: This means you will
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How to Protect Your USB Ports on Linux

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The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is the double-edged sword that revolutionized the way we interface with our devices. Its plug
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Apple says its developer service was affected by a bug not a security breach

Apple says its developer service was affected by a bug not a security breach
Apple has explained that an issue that briefly affected developer accounts today was caused by a bug and not a
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711 Million Email Addresses Compromised by Onliner Spambot

711 Million Email Addresses Compromised by Onliner Spambot
Another day, another security breach. Yet, the Onliner Spambot dump is slightly different to others: it contains over 700 million
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9 Podcasts to Increase Your Online Security Awareness

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Digital security can sometimes feel like a minefield of jargon, technical content, and time consuming tasks. Online security courses and
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Windows SMB Users at Risk: Block These Ports to Protect Yourself

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Cast your mind back to May 2017. FBI Director James Comey was fired, terrorists struck an Arianna Grande concert in
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