Top Stories Security
- Google Settings Is A Super-Useful Android App You've Missed
- How To Use Private Browsing Mode On Every Platform
- Those Phone Scammers Are Now Trying To Work Out If You're Faking It
- How To Reduce Online Fraud And Cyber Crime
- How Your Phone Became A Secret Tracking Device
- How To Test Your PC For The New 'Superfish' Security Vulnerability
Forgot your Master lock combo? Or want some incentive to not use a Master padlock? There’s a website for that.
While fighting should be avoided at all costs, everyone should know a little self-defence in case of emergency. This video explains what proper fighting stance should look like and why it’s half the battle.
Way back in 2013, Google quietly added the Google Settings app to Android. At first, it didn’t have much, but it has added a lot of useful features over the years, especially for the privacy-conscious. If you haven’t checked it in a while, it’s worth a second look.
Hey Lifehacker, It seems that VPNs are about to become a lot more attractive to Australian downloaders. Some claim not to keep any logs of any traffic or meta-data, but how can one trust that this is actually the case? It would be a perfect honeypot for a government agency or media organisation to set up and catch people specifically trying to hide their traffic. Would there be any recourse if that happened?
The Android Device Manager has been a useful security feature for a while, but hunting down the right bookmark when you can’t find your phone is a mild hassle. Now, instead, you can simply type “find my phone” into Google from any desktop you’re logged in on.