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How to Set Up a VPN on PlayStation

If you’ve ever wanted to access location-blocked content with your PS5, you’ve probably noticed that you can’t use VPN apps on your PlayStation. While Sony discourages users from using VPNs by not making them available in the PlayStation store, there are still ways to use a VPN with your PlayStation console. This guide covers two…

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We’re in a Cyber Pandemic — Here’s What You Can Do About It

The COVID-19 pandemic has touched nearly every aspect of our lives and caused ripple effects that will continue for years to come. Many consider the economic damage as one of these knock-on effects, but it may not be the biggest threat to come out of the pandemic. What could concern us the most in the…

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The 10 Most Invasive Apps on the Internet

We’ve all gotten used to the apps and websites that help us run our lives. While they do make things more convenient, they’re also collecting huge amounts of our data. You may have accepted the fact that you have to give up some personal info to use your favorite apps and services. But you should…

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Everything You Need to Know About Geofencing

More and more, apps and services are using our locations to deliver information to us. Triggering alerts, ads, or notifications based on geographic location is known as geofencing, and you’ve likely encountered it at least once today. Most of the time, geofencing is harmless. It can be helpful, like when you use a child location…

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Credential Stuffing: Why It Matters and What You Can Do to Avoid It

Every day, hackers come up with new ways to steal information and wreak havoc on individuals, organizations, and businesses. It seems like we learn about new types of cyberattacks all the time, requiring us to keep a constant and vigilant eye on all our online accounts. That’s exhausting.  One type of cyber attack that has…

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The Dangers of Face Swapping Apps + How to Stay Safe

In recent years, AI face-swapping apps, also known as “deep fake” apps have become hugely popular. Users can swap out their face with a celebrity, put their face in a premade video, or swap faces with friends. While these apps were created for harmless fun, they’ve raised many concerns about data privacy, spreading disinformation, and…

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Be the Boss of Your Home Hybrid Workplace Tech

Having two different workspaces—one at home and the other at the office—has its perks. There’s less time spent on the freeway (or subway, or bus) and extra time to squeeze in a session at the gym or a home YouTube workout.  But being a hybrid worker also presents its own challenges. Clearly, the pandemic has…

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How to Scan Your PC for Malware for Free

Are you suspicious that your computer is infected with malware? Microsoft has a built-in program that runs a malware scan on your PC for free. It’s incredibly simple, and it keeps your computer safe. In the past, Windows Security had a reputation for being useless, but now it’s on par with Avast and Kaspersky. In…

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