Meet some of the best security apps that protect your Android phone and also make it easier to locate the device in case the phone is lost or stolen.
Wondering who has access to your Google files and folders. This simple Google Script will show a list of all files that you may have ever shared with public or specific contacts.
Google Chrome, Firefox and other browsers hide passwords behind asterisks but you can easily view the saved passwords using the built-in developer tools.
You can get instant email alerts when someone attempts to login or use your computer. The app can also snap a webcam picture of the intruder.
Google Authenticator secures your online accounts with one-time passwords. You can even generate verification codes on the desktop while the phone is away.
WordPress powered websites are often target for hackers. Here are the some of the best security plugins and tips to better protect your WordPress blog.
Some QR codes can point to suspicious websites that may harm your mobile phone. You can either avoid scanning QR codes spotted in the wild or use Unfurlr.
You probably use strong and unique passwords do protect your accounts safe but is that enough? This page provides a security checklist and tips to keep your online accounts safe and secure.
If you forgot the password of your Facebook account, you can still regain access to your account with the help of your trusted friends.
Your cell-phone is running out of battery and you need to make an urgent call. Will it be safe to charge the mobile phone using a public charging station?
If the security settings of your wireless router arenâ€™t strong enough, someone can piggyback on your WiFi connection and this could put you at the risk of unintentional copyright infringement.
Twitter says that torrent sites were used by hackers to crack the Twitter login credentials of multiple users.
Windows Update will only finds fixes and security updates for Microsoft software but there are some free tools that will help you discover new updates for software applications and hardware drivers on your computer.
Password cracking programs typically use the dictionary attack or the brute force method to break your strong passwords. And they don't really need a super-computer for guessing passwords, just enough time depending on how strong or weak your original password is.
Websites and Blogs are vulnerable to hack attacks if you are not using the latest security updates. Hackers can inject code into your WordPress files (especially themes) that will allow them to inflate the Google rankings of other spam websites though your blog.