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Kids these days, right? A little juvenile mischief used to involve shoplifting a pack of gum or spray painting your name on a bridge outside of town. Now, it involves hacking into the world’s first trillion-dollar company, Apple, over the course of about one year. An unnamed Australian teenager–his name withheld by law enforcement and […]
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The US Department of Defense has issued new orders to all of its branches that immediately begins restricting soldiers’ use of GPS tracking apps in places it deems to be sensitive or dangerous. While the new orders stop short of a total ban on the use of GPS enabled devices in “global hot spots,” any geolocation software outside […]
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Why Regular Software Updates Are So Important To increase your system’s stability, fix performance problems, and improve security, an automated and regular software update is a wise decision. A regular software update routine doesn’t just ensure your applications and operating system have all the latest bells and whistles. A good software update can improve the […]
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Using a quality antivirus, strong passwords, and a VPN for internet connections, with regular software updates and data backups, improves your cyber security. In previous instalments of this series, we discussed the basics of computer viruses and other forms of malicious software, and considered the basic principles and practices of cyber security itself. Continuing our discussion on security, […]
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Recoverit is amazing free data recovery software for Windows that boasts a 96% recovery rate! Quite simply, Recoverit retrieves your data from all data loss scenarios including emptied recycle bin, accidental deletion, disk formatting, partition loss, external device corruption, virus attack, system crash, bootable problems, you name it! Wondershare know that lost data is so […]
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BE CAREFUL BEFORE YOU OPEN YOUR NEXT WALLET With the hype, effort, and energy that constantly swirl around cryptocurrency, it’s no wonder that a wide variety of scams have surfaced along with it. Thanks to tactics like hoaxes, cryptojacking, and outright theft of coins, investors have more work to do than ever to ensure that […]
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Neo Nazis and other closely associated extremists surge to Google Plus with some ‘plus’ communities having hundreds or thousands of followers in their circles. At least somebody’s still using it? News has emerged this week, that following a severe crackdown by mainstream social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter,  Neo-Nazis and other extremist groups have found […]
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Glitch Set Private Facebook Posts To Public There’s a surprise waiting in the email inboxes of about 14 million Facebook users: a mea culpa message that lets them know that their privacy settings might have let them down. According to the company, a bug at headquarters automatically switched some users’ posts from Private to Public between May […]
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The social media company is allegedly blocking all users who were under the age of 13 when they first signed up for an account. Twitter is apparently taking strong action against anyone whose self-declared date of birth means they were under the age of 13 when they first signed up, in order to comply with […]
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Think your easy to remember password’s secure enough? Think again! We live in an age where we need to be more careful than ever of people with nefarious intentions accessing our accounts on the various platforms and websites we use. Applications such as free password software can keep you from having to remember different passwords […]
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