By now, we’ve all heard of The Fappening, where celebrities have had their pictures stolen from the iCloud. How do you protect your information in the Cloud?
Whether you’re a business looking to make sharing easier amongst your company, or a person who wants to access data from different computers, there are six things that you can do to protect your information in the cloud. Continue Reading
A recent Daily Mail article reveals that over 5 million Gmail accounts and their passwords were revealed. A later Forbes article claimed that only 2% of these were valid. No matter what the percentage, it is still a lot higher than zero, and 2% of 5 million is still 100,000. Protect yourself against the Gmail password leak now by changing your password, and reading the rest of this article. Continue Reading
Earlier this week I came across a blog that I liked, and I wanted to submit a guest blog to it. Guest blogging is an old school relationship building technique that has been around since the beginning of the Internet, and will outlast anyone who tries to stop it: I’m talking to you Google and WangGuard. Continue Reading
By now, the entire world has heard about the celebrity nude photo hack. Images of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and a few others were leaked first on 4Chan (the worst place to ever exist), and spread further on Reddit. It’s believed that this happened through the iCloud, and points to why you need to secure your iCloud account. Continue Reading
Fans of IPVanish, one of the best VPN providers in the world (we rank them at the top of our current listing ourselves) just got even better, and more private for those who want it. This privacy comes in the way of them adding Bitcoin as a payment option, and true fans of privacy couldn’t be happier about it. Continue Reading