24Feb 2020

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online privacy
2020 Updated Guide for Foolproof Online Privacy

Keeping your online presence secure is no simple task nowadays. With so many ways of breaching privacy now in effect, one needs to be extra vigilant when using the internet. It does not matter what your purpose for being online is, if you want to maintain your online privacy, you will need to take some […]

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23Feb 2020

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two factor authentication
Benefits of Two Factor Authentication

The concern for online security has always been very real for people on the internet. With everyone connected through a single network, all our data is very much in each other’s reach. While this is a very good thing for a lot of applications, it also creates a huge risk. This is particularly true for […]

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17Feb 2020

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selling data
Is Your ISP Selling Data And Breaking Your Privacy?

While hacking into someone’s privacy is one thing, another aspect that we need to focus on is selling data. A lot of well-established ISP services have come under fire for selling consumer data. We may be busy worrying about the likes of Google and Facebook but these are the biggest culprits of all. Companies like AT&T and […]

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05Feb 2020

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dynamic pricing
How to Avoid Dynamic Pricing when Shopping Online?

Most of you probably don’t even know what dynamic pricing is. That is because you have never compared the prices of the same object in two different locations. And how could you anyway? You can’t be in two locations at once, or could you? Well before we get to that, let us take a look […]

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29Jan 2020

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public wifi
4 Tips to Retain Your Privacy on Public WiFi

We often come across situations where we have to use a public wifi connection to do something on our PC. This is mostly to send or check your email, maybe watch an online video or surf the web. Situations like this can be very troublesome if you are not careful about the security of your […]

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