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These 4 Things Make Your Network Security 4X Stronger

4 Things To Make Your Network Security Stronger

Be the champion and wrangle a promotion out of it. Companies are in the business of making money through selling products and services. But the way companies operate today primarily revolves around having a strong online presence and having networks and servers to run day-to-day operations. Even some of the biggest companies with massive IT…

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5 Tip for Being Safer on Free Public Wi-Fi

It’s better to be safe than sorry when you’re online in public. It’s time for all of us to start developing new online habits to keep us safe. Because you just never know what’s going to happen to you on any given day, at any given time. That’s why, for example, we have car insurance—for…

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Router Security Flaws Put You at Risk. Here

Alert! Your Router Might Not Be Safe. And You Wouldn’t Even Know It.

About this article: A special report revealed that thousands of routers had security flaws, and router companies weren’t doing anything about it. A router manufacturer won’t do much to fix a flaw for older routers. Even if a fix is available, consumers often don’t know about it—or even know what steps to take. It might…

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How do I Report Spam?

There are a few ways to handle spam—all that unwanted, unrequested email you always seem to have in your inbox: You can click on it to see what it’s about, but that’s a bad idea. It’s an even a worse idea to click on any links in the spam message. You can report it on…

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Choose Your Own DNS Service and Control Internet Content

Choose Your Own Public DNS Service

Chances are you aren’t aware that you can take steps to change how you connect to the Internet—without changing your Internet Service Provider. It has to do with deciding to switch the “DNS” service that you use to help you connect to the Internet. But why would anyone want to do this? Along the way,…

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Symantec PC Anywhere Review

Symantec PC Anywhere is a software program that allows for the remote access of a computer. Like in any connection there is a client and a host, and both must have the software installed for the remote access to be possible. The connection is made by the client computer to the host computer via the…

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Why You Might Want a Password Manager

It’s not uncommon for today’s typical computer user to have more than 25 passwords for connecting to different websites…or even more. Some heavy-duty Internet users have hundreds of accounts that require passwords. It’s not that uncommon. How many online accounts that require a password do you have? More importantly, do you use the same password…

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Six Computer-Buying Tips that are Super Helpful

Buying a Computer? Don’t Do These Six Things

There are plenty of us who don’t know that much about computers, other than how to use them. With some luck, maybe the last computer you purchased (or was purchased for you) is still working. However, once it’s time to go shopping for a new computer, it can get a little nerve-racking if you haven’t…

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