Two-factor authentication is a great security measure, and I can’t recommend to you enough how important it is to enable it to your Google account.
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Enabling Twitter Two Step Verification — aka two factor authentication is quick and simple and honestly, the most important thing you can do today. Ready?
Third Eye is an Android app that tries to solve a problem that has existed ever since screen lock itself has been available on phones – showing who tried to unlock their phone.
Microsoft today released KB3167685 to patch an Adobe Flash Player critical vulnerability that was discovered earlier this week. It affects Windows 8.1 and up.
The LastPass extension for Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 is coming. That day is finally here. But currently, you need the latest preview fo Windows 10.
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.
One of the most anticipated extensions we’ve been waiting for is the password management tool, LastPass. It was working this weekend, but not currently.
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.
Apple iOS 9.3.2 was released this week and it’s packed full of security fixes you should be aware of. I’ve reviewed all the details along with my recommendation on installing or skipping the update.
A new scam for Windows users claim to be tech support and are now using ransomware-like lock screens to threaten users and their data.
If you are running the popular Open Source file archiving utility, 7-Zip, should update it immediately. Two major security flaws have been discovered.
Adobe has issued a new security update for a zero-day exploit for its Flash Player. The company announced the exploit earlier this week in a security advisory.
As if the recent Adobe Flash Player security exploits wasn’t enough to worry about, there’s a new threat for Windows users – this time from Apple.