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10 Ways To Tighten Up Your Gmail Security


Gmail is the most popular email service to date, thanks to its creator, Google, the name which is often associated with user-friendliness and security. Despite what the company does to keep your emails safe, you may still be preyed on by hackers, phishers and scammers from all over the Web. Well, the good news is…


Easy Website Redirect Android Devices


Best way to redirect android devices <script>// <![CDATA[ if ( (navigator.userAgent.indexOf(‘Android’) != -1) ) { document.location = “”; } // ]]></script> the script is looking for the word “Android” anywhere in the useragent then redirects to the document.location URL Scan the barcode with your android device to see it in action!        

What is a keylogger?


A keylogger is a software program designed to work on the target computer’s operating system. While there are commercial keyloggers sold on the Internet for purposes of surveillance, most keyloggers and keylogging malware are malicious programs planted physically or remotely by cyber criminals on target computers to observe and record the users’ keystrokes. The stolen…


End of Windows XP


What dose this mean for my Windows XP PC? As of 8th April 2014, support and security updates for Windows XP are no longer available. You can still use your computer but you will not get any updates when exploits are discovered by hackers. Do I need to buy a new computer to stay protected? No,…


PC security, 7 tips to fight hackers!

Enable automatic software updates It isn’t the coolest counterintelligence technique, but good security starts with the basics, and nothing is more basic than making sure that your operating system is up-to-date. So it’s no surprise that the NSA recommends enabling automatic updates in Windows. Doing so is easy enough: First, simply navigate to System and Security from…


Windows 7 Tips and Tricks


Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts Use the below Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts to make the most of your Windows 7 experience. Windows key and the arrow keys. Pressing the Windows key and Left or Right arrow keys will dock the window your viewing to the left or right-hand side of the screen. Pressing the Windows key and the Up arrow…