Why we should take Download folder more seriously

Your computer files are expected to be filled with all kinds of programs and apps that everyone forgets to delete. Things like that seem harmless, but they can get you into some problems. Recently detected vulnerabilities in Java programs have

What are the concerns Amazon Go brings?

You’ve all probably heard about Amazon’s improvement; they created different types of shops, bookstores, grocery stores, shops that are selling prepared and cooked food – and they’ve owned Whole Foods Markets for four past years. However, the launch of new

What does Facebook actually know about you?

For years, Facebook workers have been repeating the slogan “you control who can see what on Facebook,” but the truth is entirely different. While you can somehow control what other users see from your profile, Facebook is the one who

We need to talk about your internet history

You should be aware that someone or even more than one person is watching you all the time. Not directly through your laptop camera, but your every move is tracked. People think that deleting stuff on your device means that

Should your social media history worry you?

A couple of years ago, famous TV host Jimmy Fallon impersonated Chris Rock while he had a full face of brown makeup. He didn’t mean anything wrong by what he did, and he apologized multiple times, but people thought it

People who are not using 2FA asking to be hacked

If you have weak login credentials, you can consider yourself exposed to cyber attacks, phishing, or identity theft. Banks, credit card companies, even social networks these days started to use two-factor authentication. If you’re not quite sure how to use

Does Windows Defender really defend your PC?

There is a large selection of free and paid options for antivirus software, and Windows itself comes with its virus protection, called Windows Defender. Is it good enough? If you’re using newer Windows, Windows Defender automatically gets operating systems and

Why schools need to boost their cybersecurity meas...

Educational institutions are in great danger as cybercriminals attack various schools, teachers, and students all over the country. In 2020 alone, a K-12 Cyber Incident Map recorded that 408 schools became victims of cybercrime. Various educational institutions were forced to

Why financial companies struggle with cybersecurit...

It might not surprise that the companies that provide financial services are a popular target for cybercriminals. After all, they work with money and sensitive data that hackers could use in many ways, from fraud schemes and identity thefts to

5 common scams that are targeting teens

People from all age groups are on the internet today, but it is a fact that teenagers might be using it the most. As an adult, especially if you have had access to the internet since you were a teenager,

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