Hello, I don't just rely on windows defender so I have Bit Defender 2019 premium + Malware bytes paid version. And I don't open shady sites, no porn sites and nothing.
My work is youtube + making sites + heavy browsing (related to work) + editing only.
I know win 7 is old but I still see many...
I am getting ready to install a number of wireless security cameras to record 24/7 and have a few questions.
Will this bog the wireless network down?
Should I dedicate a wireless router or AP for the security cameras?
What is the best setup to maintain optimal wireless connectivity of all devices?
Hi, till now I have been keeping all my passwords in notepad and manually copying it where it is needed to sign in. It's kinda difficult and even more difficult in mobile. So, I was looking at Dashlane and LastPass and sometimes ago I heard that LastPass database was hacked so upon googling, I...
Best Buy to Stop Selling Huawei Phones
Chinese cellular-electronics company has had difficulty securing carrier partnerships after congressional report over security concerns
Supposedly this phone brand is having a...
CNN: Major chip flaws affect billions of devices
Cnet: Spectre and Meltdown: Details you need on those big chip flaws
Anandtech: Understanding Meltdown & Spectre
Arstechnica: Here’s what Intel, Apple, Microsoft, others are doing about it
Testing Windows 10 performance...
Hi, I was thinking to get Lastpass but I saw that Lastpass' database has been hacked many times in the past so that's a big NO for me. What should I get that is very secure and provides good privacy?
Also, is Bit Defender Total Security 2018 good nowadays? Looking to get a subscription...
Hi, I will be using google drive for mostly my work purpose. And I do have two step verification ON and I was just wondering that is google drive secure and private for photos, notes, and other important things? Can anyone or the employees at Google look at my personal photos and files, work...
Hey my lovely community,
i am working on my master thesis, which is about secure the operating system. My task is to find new ideas about secure the operating system.
Now i ask you, if you got any ideas to secure the operating system? You ideas dont need to be perfectly thoughtful. I just need...
I am starting a small business and have bought 4 ex business lease pc's from an ebay seller. It's possible I will grab a couple more in the future.
I will mostly be using these pc's for kids to use tutoring software but may sign in to chrome and video conference with 1 of them, meaning...
I have a server opened to one client using a RDP connection.
At the moment a firewall ( fortinet ) is making a NAT to this server just allowing the connection from their IP public 188.8.131.52/32 and rejecting the rest
The NAT is being applied by a policy and this policy is opened...
My android phone was on the desk next to me while I was listening to a calculus lecture on my desktop pc.. Suddenly, the phone screen lit up and displayed google chrome providing a search on "chain rule".
I don't feel at all comfortable with my phone now.
What is happening?
So I purchased a Lenovo E570 about a month ago, with Windows 10 Home. Yesterday, I upgraded it to Windows 10 Pro so that I could use Bitlocker.
Long story short: I'm having trouble encrypting my secondary fixed data drive. Let me explain in detail:
I've got an M.2 PCIe NVMe boot drive (from...
I noticed this ad blocker just now on Product Hunt and it seemed quiet witty to me on its social media. Anyway, I tested it out and it is really good (but is only on chrome). What do you guys think about it?
I guess AMD chose to put AVX-512 and such on the back burner in favor of this. A smart move?
So, we have government that gets upset when e-mail isn't private and controlled for it and enterprise (business and government) that gets upset when its data isn't private and controlled. As for the...
You put in your email address and it searches through info on data breaches and shows if you were breached. My email was breached 5 times according to them:
Here's the info it had on my specific breaches:
Breaches you were pwned in
A "breach" is an incident...