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- Snowden's Preferred Messaging App Signal Now Available On Android
- Deleting Online Accounts: Why You Should Bother To Clean Up Your Clutter
- How To Block All The Companies Tracking You On Facebook
- Another Day, Another Hack: What Security News Should You Care About?
- What Windows 10's 'Privacy Nightmare' Settings Actually Do
- How To Configure Windows 10 To Protect Your Privacy
Security researchers recently revealed that a certificate with security vulnerabilities has been shipping pre-installed on some Dell laptops. Here’s what you need to know about this Superfish-like vulnerability, and how you can check to see if your Dell laptop is affected.
VPN subscriptions cost money, and they often require a bit of research just to figure out if they’re legit. If you have an old Mac sitting around, you can make use of it by turning it into the simplest DIY VPN around, perfect for browsing safely on public Wi-Fi or grab files from your home computer on-the-go.
If you’re selling off or donating your computer, doing a full, secure wipe is an important step to protecting your personal data. But if you’re just handing your corporate Mac back to your company or giving it to a family member, Six Colours points out that deleting the user folder is a simpler, if less secure, way to get rid of your info.
Data retention laws in Australia are in full swing. For those of us who value our privacy and want to encrypt our messages and calls can get the Signal app, which has just been released on Android. The app has been endorsed by the world’s most famous privacy activist Edward Snowden.