Facebook Messenger’s secret conversations let you send end-to-end encrypted messages. Here’s how it works.
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Office 365 users can get two-step authentication using Microsoft Azure’s multifactor authentication feature. Here’s how to enable it.
Recently, Instagram added an amazing new security feature, Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), to its mobile apps. Let’s review both what 2FA is and why you should enable it today!
The second Tuesday of every month, Microsoft releases security updates for its various products. This month was a particularly heavy month. Let’s review the details and how you can get your system updated.
Occasionally, you may want to forget a known network for security or troubleshooting purposes. Here’s how to do it in Windows 10 and macOS.
One of the latest iOS apps from Microsoft is Authenticator, which lets you quickly and easily verify your identity for all your online accounts.
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!
As the popularity of Amazon grows, we should all assume the attacks against our Amazon accounts will as well. With that in mind, today I changed my Amazon password and decided to pass on steps – more as a reminder than anything.
Yahoo! has reported a data breach which has exposed possibly 500 million user accounts to hackers. Here’s what happened and what action you need to take right now!
The scary stories about hackers hijacking video baby monitors are true. But IP cameras are still safe to use, provided you take some basic steps to improve your home network security.
Security is one of the top selling features in Windows 10. Microsoft has done a lot of work to enhance the operating systems built in Antivirus utility, Windows Defender.
This week, WhatsApp made a modification to the app settings giving parent company, Facebook, access to your contact information for targeted ads.
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.
Enabling Twitter Two Step Verification — aka two factor authentication is quick and simple and honestly, the most important thing you can do today. Ready?