Facebook Messenger’s secret conversations let you send end-to-end encrypted messages. Here’s how it works.
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Information Technology Privacy and Security Tips to help educate and prepare you online.
As more and more of your life moves online, the need to maintain a secure computing environment is critical. Creating a password isn’t good enough, it needs to be a strong password. Let’s review how to create an easy to remember, yet rock solid password!
Spammers blowing up your iMessages and FaceTime? Or just sick of getting late night calls from your ex? Blocking contacts and unknown callers is (finally) easy on the iPhone.
This week, WhatsApp made a modification to the app settings giving parent company, Facebook, access to your contact information for targeted ads.
Perhaps after a good night’s sleep you wake and think – I need to cancel that email! Today I’m going to teach you how to delete an email moments or even hours after it’s been delivered!
When taking a lot of screenshots you’re bound to run into the need to hide sensitive personal information from time to time. Snagit’s built-in blur function can handle this with ease.
Did you know that Amazon keeps a list of every item you’ve ever viewed on its website? Here’s how to manage the history on your account including how to disable history or remove items from it.
Signal is an iOS, Android (and Windows) app that helps you keep your chats and voice calls private, encrypted and away from potential snoopers.
Google keeps recordings of all of your voice activity using “OK Google”. Searches, voice dictations, commands are all saved. Here’s how to delete them all.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow features a new way to manage permissions for each of your apps specifically. Here’s a look at this improvement and how it works.
We all know the importance of keeping our PC secure from viruses and other security threats. But, the weakest link in personal security is the human factor.
Every week, we’re reading stories about compromised corps and websites. For many of us, the worst break-ins are stolen passwords. A change is needed!
Last week we showed you how to view and download your Google search history. Here’s a look at how to delete that data and other settings to double check.
Facebook is notorious for poor privacy, and after you up load your photo a few times, it’ll recognize it and anyone who uploads your photo, it gets tagged.