If you haven’t had a chance to grab any of these deals, now is the time to act. These packages have sold like hotcakes as the demand for expert-level tutelage
You know the old saying: adapt or get left behind. It seems like just about everything in my household is evolving into a smart device. My TV, scale, alarm clock,
Privacy, security and anonymity. Show me anybody who doesn’t want these key pieces and I’ll show you someone vulnerable to hacks, attacks and manipulation. We’ve covered quite a few VPN
It looks like the rumors swirling around BlackBerry adopting Android for their devices have finally come to fruition. The last round of rumors stated that..
Kaspersky, a company specializing in software security, has released a report claiming the existence of the ‘Google Effect’ or, as they like to call it, ‘Digital Amnesia’. They define Digital
Pause for just a second and try to calculate how many passwords you use on a daily basis. Your phone’s lock screen, your laptop, your WiFi network, your garage door…
Unless you’re a drug dealer or criminal mastermind, I’d imagine you value your phone number, e-mail address, and credit card information. Throughout the course of interacting in the online and
Earlier today we reported on a Samsung vulnerability that had to do with the preinstalled keyboard Swiftkey. This vulnerability would allow an attacker to remotely take control of your device
NowSecure security researcher Ryan Welton has exposed a security risk that affects over 600 million Samsung devices world wide. The risk comes from the pre-installed Swiftkey keyboard. Samsung gave the
Surfing the internet can be a dangerous proposition, especially when freedoms are being eroded and privacy is a rare concept. If you’re looking for an additional layer of protection, TigerVPN
University of New Haven researchers have been able to uncover what they call sensitive information from the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear 2 Neo. On the LG G
While Google’s ATAP team is working on Project Abacus, which aims to bring more security with less hassle, Google has introduced a new feature to their privacy and security settings.
Google’s ATAP team is aiming to get rid of the password as we know it. Project Abacus will allow access to all of our info, as long as the data says it’s us
e’re all concerned about safety and justifiably so. Whether it’s a security system for our home, a car-seat for our child or where our food comes from, it’s only human
Online security has always been a concern for most people but with the growing number of attacks, leaks and controversy surrounding digital privacy, we’re reaching new heights. Depending on the