A growing number of websites now advertising a “free Netflix cookies” hack that allows Netflix access without signing up. Do they work? And are they legal?
From sending fake invoices to manipulating employees into wiring them money, hackers have a wide range of business email compromise techniques that they use to defraud companies.
Remote wiping can help to protect your data if a computer is lost or stolen. However, it is generally best to complement it with full disk encryption, because remote wiping has several limitations.
A new study shows most secondhand hard drives often contain private and sensitive information from their previous owners.
We examine the gender gap and the challenges faced by women in cybersecurity, and highlight some of the initiatives dedicated to helping them.
We’ll explore your main options for deleting all of your posts from some of the most popular social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
Checksums are a simple means of making sure that data and software you download hasn’t been corrupted. We’ll show you how to validate checksums in Windows and Mac.
Credential stuffing attacks are becoming more common, posing significant threats to internet security. In these attacks, hackers take sets of credentials that have been leaked through data breaches or other means, then attempt to use these credentials to log in to a user’s other accounts. Credential stuffing attacks are automated and performed at scale, making […]
There are so many different messaging apps on offer, and the differences can be highly technical. Check out our guide for a simple rundown of which apps you should be using to keep your data secure and private.
What happens to your Facebook account when you die? What about if someone close to you passes away; how do you deal with the Facebook account left behind?