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Everything You Need to Know About VoIP Phishing and How to Prevent These Attacks

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) exists to help people with their voice-based communication using the Internet – or, in other words, to let users make phone calls via the Internet. This technology is instrumental in a business context. Members of a team can use Voip to communicate with each other. VoIP is also an excellent…

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The Amazing VPN

The Amazing VPN Is the Swiss Army Knife of Apps

If everyone knew how incredibly versatile a VPN is at protecting us online, nobody would go online without one.

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Smart Light Bulbs: Wave of the Future or Security Threat?

A recent study from Check Point Research revealed hackers can gain access to smart lightbulbs.

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How to Find Hidden Profiles on Social Networks

Although challenging, finding hidden profiles on social networks is an achievable task. Try these hacks.

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2020 Privacy, Safety, Cybersecurity Podcasts

Top 20 Cybersecurity Podcasts You Should Listen to in 2020

We’ve seen Twittersphere explode with bite-sized information security (InfoSec) news over the past few years and we’ve given you a list of the biggest influencers to follow. Recently though, podcasts have grown from a fringe media to one of the most popular ways to get cybersecurity news and information. It’s not hard to imagine why.…

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Managing Credit Cards

Alert! Managing Credit Cards Should be Your Focus.

Managing credit cards is the key to good credit. It’s more important than low rates and credit limits. Still, most people get in credit trouble.

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Data Breaches: Why You Need to Use a Data Breach Check Tool

Using a data breach check tool is the best way to find out if you have accounts that have been compromised.

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Twitter Hack

Twitter Hack Lessons: Employees Often Help Hackers Succeed.

There was huge hack of Twitter in Summer of 2020. with all kinds of surprises. Here’s what made it newsworthy: The mastermind of the attack was a 17-year-old from Florida. He didn’t act alone: He recruited for his attack 19- and 22-year old guys from overseas. The leader of the Twitter hack managed to achieve…

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