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In-App Browsers Aren’t Secure

When you browse the internet on your computer, the large display gives you flexibility in ways you might not think…
June 18, 2024
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What Are Internet Cookies?

These days, when you click a link to a website, you aren’t able to start scrolling right away. Instead, you’re…
June 18, 2024
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You Are Revealing Your Location Through Your Smartphone Photos

The days of waiting for your photos to be developed—or even waiting to upload your photos to your computer—are gone.…
June 11, 2024
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The NSA Wants You to Regularly Turn Your Smartphone Off and On Again

How often do you turn your smartphone off? That doesn’t mean how often you put your phone “to sleep.” Hitting…
June 10, 2024
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How Windows 11’s “Snap” Can Make You More Productive

A key feature of Windows is, of course, window management—as it is with all desktop operating systems. Windows has traditionally…
June 4, 2024
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Not All MFA Methods Are Equally Secure

When it comes to protecting your accounts, a strong password is a must. However, adding multi-factor authentication (MFA) is even…
June 4, 2024
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Windows 11 Lets You Move the Start Button Back

When you upgrade your PC to Windows 11, you, of course, introduce new features and changes to your computer. However,…
May 28, 2024
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Google Patched a Fourth Zero-Day Vulnerability in Chrome

Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world. Chances are, you either use Chrome, or a browser…
May 28, 2024
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Google Is Making Your Android Phone More Secure

If you use an Android phone for work, there are plenty of steps you can take to keep your sensitive…
May 21, 2024
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This Apple Feature Can Ruin Your Business Calls

A couple weeks ago, we highlighted Voice Isolation, a feature on your iPhone that can enhance your voice when making…
May 21, 2024

Video Call Tip: Lighting Is Key

It's just about time for the big meeting. You turn on your computer, sign into Teams, and ... no one can see your face. No, it's not because your camera is turned off; rather, your lighting just isn't cutting it....
January 18, 2022

Thousands of US School Websites Affected By Cyberattack

It's bold of a hacker or group to choose schools as their target, and not common, as ransomware attacks are looking for one thing; money. However, it's a shame when schools are affected by cyberattacks, as was the case this...
January 10, 2022

Infected USB Keys Mailed to American Businesses

A USB key is a useful tool for transferring information to and from computers. As such, if someone—especially an official government body—sends you a USB key, you'll naturally want to plug it into your computer to see what's inside. Don't....
January 10, 2022

You Should Consider an iPad for Your Video Calls

If you’re looking for the ultimate video calling machine, something you can utilize for both personal and business use, there are many products to turn to. You might, however, want to consider a new iPad, as Apple has updated the...
December 28, 2021

Make Cybersecurity Part of Your New Year’s Resolutions

What are your New Year’s resolutions for 2022? There are a lot of options, of course, but one many people overlook concerns their cybersecurity. This year, take some time to check in and update your cybersecurity practices. If you’re wondering...
December 27, 2021

Keep an Eye Out for Holiday Scams

The holiday season is upon us. While that means get-togethers, gift-exchanges, and a send-off to 2021, it also means holiday-specific scams. Scammers are likely to know that people are shopping like crazy right now. As the time to Christmas shrinks...
December 20, 2021

Your Favorite Apps and Sites Might Be at Risk

Cybersecurity affects every facet of digital technology. If a device can connect to the internet, it can pose a risk if not properly protected. So it is with even popular apps and sites like Twitter, iCloud, and Steam; these services...
December 13, 2021

Apple iOS 15.2 Introduces New ‘App Privacy Report’

Apple released iOS 15.2 for iPhones on Monday, Dec. 13. The new update adds over a dozen new features and changes to iOS, but one feature in particular is quite useful for identifying any apps on your phone that are...
December 13, 2021

Mozilla Is Shutting Down Lockwise

Mozilla's Firefox Lockwise is a popular password manager that is, unfortunately, going away soon. The company announced it would be shutting down Lockwise effective Dec. 13, 2021. The app will be removed from the iOS App Store and Google Play...
December 6, 2021

FindTime Can Help You Schedule a Meeting That Works for Everyone

When you're trying to schedule a big meeting, it can be tough to find a time that works for everyone's conflicting calendars. If you often see yourself struggling to put these complicated meetings together, you'd likely benefit from the Outlook...
December 6, 2021
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