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Passkeys are the new Passwords

Passkeys are the new Passwords

October 18, 2022

If you’re not currently using a password manager and/or some type of multifactor authentication, you’re asking for trouble with cybersecurity. However, companies like Google are working towards a passwordless future – replacing passwords with passkeys. Although it’s still in the beta stages, Google is finally ready to bring passkeys to our devices. According to a […]

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Data Breach in France Highlights the Need for Increased Cybersecurity

Data Breach in France Highlights the Need for Increased Cybersecurity

October 11, 2022

In August, a hospital in France called Centre Hospitalier Sud Francilien (CHSF) had its data breached by hackers using LockBit ransomware. These cybercriminals demanded a ransom in order to unlock their systems, threatening to release all of the information they managed to steal from the data leak if the hospital or French authorities didn’t pay […]

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Windows 11 Update: Enhanced Phishing Protection

Windows 11 Update: Enhanced Phishing Protection

October 5, 2022

Phishing has been the most popular type of hacking attack over the past few weeks, with companies like LastPass, Uber, and Rockstar Games all falling victim to this type of hacking attack recently. Although avoiding phishing scams generally involves using a lot of common sense, there is software and technology available to keep you safe […]

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Cybersecurity Threats – 2 popular apps you should know about

Cybersecurity Threats – 2 popular apps you should know about

August 29, 2022

Do you use Google Chrome or TikTok? If you do, you may want to know how hackers are exploiting one of them and the other is monitoring your every keystroke. Do you value your online privacy? Continue reading to find out what is going on with Google Chrome and TikTok. Google Chrome Bug – Update […]

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8 Warning Signs You Have Malware and How to Get Rid of it

8 Warning Signs You Have Malware and How to Get Rid of it

August 1, 2022

Fake social media posts, pop-up ads, and ominous warnings are just a few tell-tale signs your PC has been infected with Malware. Is your computer acting up? Don’t panic. In this article, we discuss some tips for diagnosing malware and explain how to get rid of it. If you’re working on a project and suddenly […]

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The Best VPNs for staying anonymous and secure

The Best VPNs for staying anonymous and secure

June 28, 2022

Did you know your internet service provider (ISP) tracks every click you make to compile anonymous browsing logs to sell to advertising companies or government agencies? Unfortunately, your browser’s Incognito/Private mode only clears your history, searches, cookies, and login details – but it won’t hide or secure your connection from your ISP and other prying […]

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16+ Ways to Speed Up Your Computer

16+ Ways to Speed Up Your Computer

June 6, 2022

Is your computer running slow? Whether it’s a desktop or a laptop, here are a few simple steps to speeding up your Windows-based PC. Whether your PC has been slowly degrading in speed or it happened all of the sudden, working with a slow computer can hamper productivity and cause frustration. Even if you run […]

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13 Ways to Secure your Passwords and Data Online

13 Ways to Secure your Passwords and Data Online

April 25, 2022

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, cybersecurity concerns in the United States are at an all-time high – and small businesses aren’t exempt. In the wake of the global pandemic, which we’ve already mentioned sparked an uptick in cyber threats, even government officials are warning their citizens and organizations to be hypervigilant when it comes to […]

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Data Breach: Is your password on the dark web?

Data Breach: Is your password on the dark web?

November 16, 2021

Investors in the online brokerage app Robinhood may want to take steps to protect their credit after a data breach resulted in various information of about 7 million customers being exposed. Of the 7 million exposed, 5 million email addresses were accessed and another 2 million had their full names revealed to the hackers. On […]

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Best Desktop PCs for 2022

Best Desktop PCs for 2022

November 11, 2021

The best desktop computers give you the power to complete resource-intensive tasks like 3D rendering, video editing, photo editing, CAD, overclocking, and gaming or streaming at 4K or even 8K resolution – and are commonly known as Gaming PCs. However, the ongoing chip shortage means gaming PCs are scarce or on back-order, making it difficult […]

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