Identity theft is a word tossed around in the news frequently. However, did you know your own smartphone could be the cause of your identity theft? Read on to find out how and what to do to prevent it.
Free Wi-Fi is almost everywhere we go these days, like hotels, cafes, shopping malls, train stations, airports and so on. However, internet access is restricted or filtered. Unblock them.
A VPN creates an encrypted connection between the internet and a computer, phone or tablet to improve privacy and security. Many VPNs provide a kill switch, but why would you need one?
Hopefully, you already have a VPN and if you haven’t, there are some recommended ones here. The question is, should you stick with your current VPN provider or switch to a different one?
There are many VPNs for computers and phones, but which one should you choose? It is hard to tell one from another. However, iTop offers a bit more than the usual VPN and is worth considering.
How do you know if a website is safe or whether clicking a download link will lead to malware on your computer? Install a Chrome (and other browsers) extension and it tells you. Here’s how.
There are so many VPN services these days that it can be confusing trying to choose the best one to use. PrivadoVPN is a fairly new VPN provider and it has a good free and paid services.
Be careful what you say in emails, they may not be secure and could be read by others. Here is how to send encrypted emails that are secure and unreadable by others using just your phone.
Public Wi-Fi hotspots are convenient and enable you to get online at cafes, hotels, stations, airports, shopping malls and other places, but are they safe? Minimize the risk with these tips.
Privacy, or the lack of it, is a constant worry these days with so many online companies wanting to track and profile you. Fight back with these important iOS settings on the iPhone and iPad.