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Protecting Your Children with Parental Controls

December 13, 2017

Chances are, your kids have never known a world when the internet wasn’t there—which is both good and bad news.

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Are Your Android Apps Invading Your Privacy?

December 07, 2017

Mobile devices are amazing tools that can enrich your life in many ways. Need to solve a problem…? There’s probably an app for that.

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Assisted Driving with Google – Today and Tomorrow

December 06, 2017

I use Google Maps to guide me past stoppages and evaluate alternative paths. Fortunately, Google Maps always offers the shortest, most efficient route.

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Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2018: Paradigm Shifts

December 05, 2017

Today's increasingly interconnected environments pave the way for threats that will bank on systems' weaknesses for different forms of cybercrime.

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How can I tell if my PC is infected?

November 27, 2017

Years ago, computer hackers would brag about how many PCs they infected as a means of showing off their programming skills.

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Bad Rabbit Ransomware – What is it and how to stay safe

October 27, 2017

A suspected variant of Petya, Bad Rabbit is ransomware—malicious software that infects a computer and restricts user access to the infected machine until a ransom is paid to unlock it.

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Vulnerabilities Found in Kids’ Smartwatches Pose Security Risks

October 19, 2017

Wearable IoT devices like smartwatches can help parents keep an eye on their children while also providing them the independence and connectivity they need for their lifestyle and activities.

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Today’s Predictions for Tomorrow’s Internet

October 19, 2017

Making predictions is a tricky business and in no area more so than in the area of rapidly developing technology.

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Vulnerabilities in WPA2 Reportedly Expose Wi-Fi-Enabled Devices to Eavesdropping

October 16, 2017

Several security flaws in the Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) protocol were recently disclosed, which can reportedly expose wireless devices to Key Reinstallation AttaCK (KRACK).

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