You may think that you’re not online enough to risk your safety, or that you never visit unsafe sites. However, the world wide web is a vast network where the exchange of information is often difficult to track. Here are some good reasons to “go incognito”. With the headlines about data breaches and cyberattacks greeting […]
While using a virtual private network or VPN isn’t a silver bullet to online privacy threats, it still offers crucial security benefits, especially if any part of your day involves using unsecured channels such as public Wi-Fi. Given its importance, how do you pick the right one and what factors do you need to consider? […]
When first publicly announced on May 23, the threat dubbed VPNFilter was thought to only infect some brands of home routers and Network Attached Storage devices. While it was known that the list of router brands was probably not complete, little did we know that the malware has the ability to infect the very computers sitting behind those routers and firewalls.
Bad news, internet users: Cybercriminals have developed more advanced tricks to compromise your systems. While you may be familiar with attacks involving suspicious emails, the new kid on the block known as watering hole attacks are far more nefarious and effective.
If you’re getting targeted with surprisingly relevant ads, there’s a chance your internet activity is being tracked and analyzed by market researchers. While this doesn’t bother most people, private browsing mode can offer you some protection against online marketers and would-be data thieves.
Did you just get the newest MacBook Pro? Or the Lenovo Yoga 920? Either would be very exciting, but before you start showing off your new purchase, there are five steps you should take to make your laptop experience even more enjoyable and long-lasting.
With stories of large-scale data breaches and internet service providers tracking internet habits, online privacy is becoming a rare commodity. Incognito mode and private browsing features may be able to cover up your browsing history, but they don’t completely protect your online activities.
A fundamental flaw with WiFi networks has recently been discovered by two security researchers. According to their reports, the KRACK vulnerability renders advanced encryption protocols useless and affects nearly every wireless device. Read on to find out more about KRACK hacks and how you can defend against them.
Public networks in cafes, airports, train stations and in the workplace are undoubtedly convenient for all of us. Especially when we are abroad and want to avoid roaming bills or are running out of the monthly data volume, we rely on Wi-Fi hotspots. With just a few clicks we can connect to a fast internet connection, most often free of charge.
Do you use a connect to the company server when you leave the office? Do you find yourself using Wi-Fi hotspots in strange places? Is your business doing things that need to remain confidential?
If you answered yes to any or all of those questions, you really need to think about using a VPN. In essence, a VPN creates a direct, private and protected tunnel between you and the company network, or wherever the VPN terminates, encrypting your traffic and providing you the security that what you’re sending and receiving is staying secret.