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Protect yourself against password attacks with a VPN

Many of your online activities involve personal accounts, from social media to online banking to e-commerce. These accounts accommodate information that you might not want other people to be able to access, which is why you use passwords. You know how important passwords are. They help protect your information from being accessed by anyone other […]

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Protect your device from HummingWhale infections

In February 2016, Check Point discovered a malware strain that establishes a persistent rootkit in an infected device with the goal of generating fraudulent ad revenue for the perpetrators. Named HummingBad, the malware was able to generate $300,000 in monthly revenue in just 5 months after discovery, in addition to infecting more than 10 million […]

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What to Do if Your Identity is Stolen

So, you’ve had your identity stolen. You’re probably feeling worried, lost, and angry. Well, you’re not alone. Identity theft is one of the fastest rising threats in America. According to a study done by Javelin Strategy and Research, “There were 12.6 million victims of identity theft in 2012 in the U.S.” Fortunately, creditors and government […]

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Ways to protect against identity theft

10 Gadgets and Tools to Help You Protect Your Identity and Your Money

Protecting your identity and personal information is critically important in today’s hyper-informational technology age. Thieves, hackers, and con artists are constantly coming up with new, creative, and all too-clever ways to gain access to some of your most personal, distinguishing information. The good news is that there are steps you can take to help protect […]

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10 Ways Your Digital Device Could Be Hacked

Today, we rely on digital devices more than ever before. But unlike in years past, most of these devices – whether they’re E-readers, tablets, laptops, notebooks, iPhones and other smartphones, netbooks, iPods, printers, game consoles, handheld gaming systems or smart TVs – can connect to the Internet. Everywhere you turn, there’s another digital device connected […]

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