Protect Your Cloud Data through Cloud Encryption

June 4, 2019

Cloud storage is basically uploading files to an online storage service. The advantage of doing this is that it allows you to access the files you have uploaded from any smart device from anywhere around the world. These days, cloud computing and cloud storage have become a normal type of technology that you hardly give […]

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May 5, 2019

Data encryption is a process well known and quite understandable. The two sides use special encryption and decryption keys. Even if in the process of transmitting information from the sender to the recipient, the data will be intercepted by an attacker, it is impossible to read them without encryption keys. Thus, the interception of encrypted […]

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Encryption Is Critical for Your Digital Data

November 13, 2018

People invented plenty of techniques to keep a secret. Ancient Rome patrician would shave his slave’s head, write the content on his skin, wait until the hair grows back, and finally dispatch the message to the addressee. Fast-paced life of XXI century does not allow for so much time and efforts to be spent on […]

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How You Can Keep Your Company’s Documents Secure and Increase Customer Trust

October 10, 2018

Helping your customers to feel secure working with you can be one of the most difficult problems you can face as a business. If most of your clients deal with you online, then this can be especially true as information is traded and stolen more easily. Customers like to feel as though they are working […]

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Ransomware Affiliate Systems Are on the Rise

August 24, 2017

Crypto ransomware keeps taking the world by storm. It props a multimillion-dollar underground economy providing cyber-extortionists with abundant resources to fine-tune their modus operandi. Amidst the whole noise surrounding this despicable business model since 2013, the Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) principle is the new black. It renders online extortion increasingly toxic by making ransomware programs readily available […]

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4 Benefits of an Email Encryption

April 5, 2017

Did you know that more than 95% of email is sent in a vulnerable, unencrypted form? Anyone sending sensitive data over the internet could risk their information being breached by an experienced eavesdropper. Unfortunately, a security breach can cause significant consequences for your company, which could put your business at risk. It is essential to […]

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How to Protect Your Data When Shopping Online

May 7, 2015

Shopping online has boomed over the last decade. On Black Friday, there is no need to put yourself through long lines and crowds of people to get the good deals anymore. You can find almost anything you are looking for online. However, as more online shops pop up, we continue to find an increase in […]

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Tips to protect your files when sharing them with others

January 16, 2015

Protection of personal data is not a very popular topic among people, all we do is set a password on our email service and assume that we are protected from everything, and older generation just do not install new software on their computers as they are scared that “something bad is going to happen”. In […]

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Mac OS X Lion: How to enable Filevault 2 on boot drive without Recovery HD or on external drive

June 12, 2012

In Mac OS X Lion, Apple completely re-designed how Filevault 2 works. Not it encrypts your entire drive, and not just the home folder. Supposedly, Filevault 2 is also a lot more stable. I never bothered trying the last version of Filevault because of all the horror stories, but everybody seems to have good things […]

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How to hide your a** on the Internet – and why you should!

May 12, 2012

Here’s how the Internet works: Imagine you sitting at home, writing a message to a friend in another city. You write that message on a postcard and deliver it by post, shortly after it arrives at the recipient and everything is okay. But underway, how many people do you think might have read your message? […]

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What You Need to Know about Cloud Storage

May 7, 2012

For many of those who regularly use a computer nowadays, one of the most common dilemmas they face is how to find enough storage space to hold all the data they have acquired so far.  Some individuals invest in bigger hard drives, while others would rather use external storage devices such as compact discs (CDs), […]

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How To Protect your Wireless Network

January 25, 2012

The popularity of wireless networks has increased ever since its introduction. Through the years, it has been widely adapted in homes and businesses. But at the same time, they have introduced new security problems due to its nature of transmission of Radio Frequency (RF) because what is transmitted via radio frequency can be intercepted. The popularity of wireless technology has been […]

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Top 10 Gadgets I Want For Christmas – And Maybe You Would Too? [2010]

November 12, 2010

Christmas is closing in on us, but according to the stores and malls it kinda looks like it’s Christmas already. It’s amazing how they manage to make everything look Christmassy sooner and sooner almost every year. Anywho, what’s a tech blog without a top 10 list of some of the greatest gadgets that most of […]

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