You just tried to Google something but instead of getting a Google results page, your browser takes you to some sketchy-looking search engine that you've never heard of. Your web browser has just been hijacked.
Did that sexy photo you just snapped get auto uploaded to your grandma's iPad without you even knowing it? Check out these photo privacy tips to help prevent future embarrassing mishaps.
Are you tired of spammers, telemarketers, and other folks bombarding you with marketing-related junk? It's time for a digital bouncer to handle all of this. Learn all about proxies in this article:
If your government wants to spend millions of dollars to keep tabs on its own citizens, surely they have your best interests at heart, why not help them out, right? Here are some tips for making it easier for your government to keep track of you and some things that might prevent them from doing so.
Worried about the new iPhone device lock ransom scams that are going around? Here's how to avoid becoming a victim:
Did an innocent Facebook status update from one of your employees just leak company sensitive information that your competition could take advantage of? We'll show you how to prevent this kind of social media data leakage.
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Ever had your browser hijacked? Here are 4 things you can do to help prevent it from happening again:
Are you sharing too much on Facebook? It might be time for a Facebook privacy makeover. We'll show you how to get your privacy sexy back.
Have you ever been clickjacked? While it may sound like some kind of pro wrestling move, I assure you it is not. Clickjacking is a security threat that users