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Marc Dahan

Marc is a technology journalist with over 15 years experience. He specializes in content related to emerging technologies, cybersecurity, big data, privacy, artificial intelligence, and the politics of technology. He has worked for some of the largest tech companies, such as Deluxe Digital, Sony and Autodesk. During his time at Autodesk, he gave a series of talks on digital security and privacy, designed to give people the means to secure various aspects of their digital lives. Marc is passionate about online privacy and digital freedom.

Articles by Marc

SIM swapping fraud is difficult to protect against but that doesn't mean you can't do anything about it. In this post, we look at how SIM swapping fraud works and how you can avoid it.
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on January 31, 2024
While most VPN providers don't support Linux, that doesn't necessarily mean you can't do it. We're going to show you how to create an OpenVPN connection in Kali Linux via the Network Manager.
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on October 6, 2023
Many VPN providers simply do not support Linux. But that doesn't necessarily mean it can't be done. We're going to use the Network Manager to create an OpenVPN connection in Ubuntu Linux. 
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on August 25, 2021
Not all VPN providers explicitly support Linux. But that doesn't necessarily mean you can't connect over Linux. In this guide we show you how to create an OpenVPN connection in Linux Mint, using the Network Manager. 
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on October 18, 2023
If you notice your computer running slowly, one reason might be bloatware - especially if you're using Windows 10. In this post, we look at what bloatware is and how you can remove it.
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on February 3, 2021
Online attacks are more prevalent than ever - and that trend will likely continue to grow. In this article we look at CSV injection attacks and how to defend against them.
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on September 20, 2023
Clickjacking or UI redress attacks are extremely prevalent today. In this post we look at what clickjacking is, how it works, and how you can protect yourself.
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on January 24, 2024
Cross-site scripting (XSS) is an extremely common kind of online attack that targets web applications and websites. In this article, we look at what XSS attacks are, how they work, and how you can prevent them.
By Marc Dahan in Information Security on December 14, 2020
Email is inherently insecure. Because of that many email providers today offer "secure" email services. We take a look at the best of these secure email providers and evaluate how private each platform actually is.
By Marc Dahan in VPN & Privacy on June 3, 2021
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