Security & Privacy Tutorials & How-Tos

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Posted by Alan Martin on May 5, 2016

272 million webmail logins leak for Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail

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Posted by Alan Martin on April 21, 2016

Opera just added a free VPN as a bonus feature for users

5 ways to stop your business being hacked - passwords
Posted by Alphr on April 21, 2016

Recover all your forgotten passwords

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Posted by Nicholas Fearn on April 19, 2016

This MIT-designed AI can predict up to 85% of cyber-attacks

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Posted by Josh Barrie on April 18, 2016

Suspected drone strikes British Airways flight as it approaches Heathrow Airport

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Posted by Davey Winder on April 15, 2016

Cybergeddon: The five doomsday hacks you don’t want to happen

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Posted by Alan Martin on April 15, 2016

BlackBerry’s encryption key has been accessible to police for SIX YEARS

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Posted by Alan Martin on April 6, 2016

3D-printed designs could be stolen from noisy blabbermouth printers

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on March 29, 2016

UK military relaxes rules to entice longhaired cyberwarriors

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Posted by Jane McCallion on March 18, 2016

Employees’ lax attitude to workplace data is why your business has security holes

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Posted by Alphr on March 17, 2016

The importance of secure passwords

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Posted by Alphr on March 14, 2016

How to protect your email account

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Posted by Alphr on March 11, 2016

The anti-hacking tips you need to know

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Posted by Simon Edwards on March 2, 2016

Is email still the best way to run your business?

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on March 2, 2016

FBI director calls encryption a “vicious guard dog” in Apple hearing

5 things to take from Apple’s letter of defiance to the US government
Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 17, 2016

5 things to take from Apple’s letter of defiance against the US government

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Posted by William Stanton on February 17, 2016

Apple vs FBI: Apple now turns attention to how FBI hacked iPhone

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Posted by Sasha Muller on February 9, 2016

Get 2GB extra Google Drive storage for free

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Posted by Nicole Kobie on February 9, 2016

Here’s why cybercrime will always need that human touch

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Posted by Clare Hopping on February 3, 2016

Is your child’s teddy bear being hacked?

privacy
Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 1, 2016

Oscobo: Meet the British startup that wants to keep your search private

hospital_hack
Posted by Thomas McMullan on January 19, 2016

Hospitals and national grid “will be hacked in 2016”

How to sync a google calendar to microsoft outlook
Posted by Sasha Muller on January 18, 2016

How to encrypt emails in Outlook

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on January 14, 2016

Netflix to clamp down on VPN users

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Posted by Sasha Muller on December 21, 2015

Hello Kitty, Bye Bye Data: 3.3 million users at risk after SanrioTown breach

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on December 18, 2015

Phantom Squad hackers threaten to take down PlayStation and Xbox networks this Christmas

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Posted by Alan Martin on December 17, 2015

Bible and Qur’an apps hide malware in their digital pages

Creepy Barbie Doll
Posted by Clare Hopping on December 10, 2015

How the government could use smart toys to spy on you

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Posted by Jane McCallion on December 4, 2015

Boozers beware: Wetherspoons loses 600,000 customers’ data

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Posted by Darien Graham-Smith on December 2, 2015

Business hacks: How to protect your website against hackers

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Posted by Steve Cassidy on November 25, 2015

Want to work from home? Five steps to deciding on the best VPN

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on November 25, 2015

1.2 billion shades of grey: FBI links hacker to 1.2 billion stolen web credentials

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Posted by Davey Winder on November 17, 2015

Which nation is the most prolific hacker?

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on November 6, 2015

Watch an ISP prove why banning encryption won’t work in under 5 minutes

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge review - Front Left Side
Posted by Thomas McMullan on November 5, 2015

Google exposes Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge’s security flaws

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Posted by Alphr on November 3, 2015

Recover from ransomware – the smart way

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on October 28, 2015

Marks and Spencer customer details leak

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Posted by Alphr on October 26, 2015

The ransomware threat: What it is and how to avoid it

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Posted by Darien Graham-Smith on October 8, 2015

Data Encryption: Why your business should be using encryption

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Posted by Alan Martin on October 8, 2015

Samsung Pay is safe, says Samsung after LoopPay hack

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Posted by Vaughn Highfield on October 5, 2015

Stagefright 2.0 discovered: ALL Android phones can be INFECTED via web pages and media files

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Posted by Dave Mitchell on September 28, 2015

Watchguard Firebox M200 review

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on September 23, 2015

BT’s Cloud of Clouds system takes aim at DDoS attacks

google_self_driving_lexus
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on September 7, 2015

Self-driving cars can be fooled by fake cars, pedestrians and other bogus signals

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Posted by Nicole Kobie on August 28, 2015

WOW! So language. Very technology. Much changing.

privacy surveillance
Posted by Tom Brewster on August 28, 2015

Can we trust antivirus companies anymore?

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Posted by Alan Martin on August 24, 2015

Can an identical twin break Windows Hello?

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Posted by Alan Martin on August 18, 2015

Security flaw affecting thousands of cars published, two years after VW injunction

Intel Processors open to security exploit vulnerability
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on August 10, 2015

Throw away your old computers: researcher discovers serious Intel CPU security exploit

Big Data surveillance
Posted by Thomas McMullan on August 6, 2015

EU and US close to sealing a post-Snowden deal on data sharing