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Password manager alternatives

March 9, 2021

The Best Password Manager Alternatives to LastPass
Password managers are a digital tool used for storing passwords securely, so you don’t have to remember them. Dozens of managers exist on the market, but one of the most popular is LastPass. For thirteen years, LastPass has taken your valuable passwords and kept them safe. The software also generates secure passwords so you don’t […] Read more
Anonymous Torrenting

March 4, 2021

Everything You Should Know About VPNs and Anonymous Torrenting
In 2021, downloading anything from the internet can be risky. Aside from the risk of viruses infecting your devices, many downloads are riddled with malware and other tricks designed to steal your data. This is especially true when it comes to torrenting, a specific method for downloading files. Torrenting relies on a network of users […] Read more
URL Spoofing

March 2, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Learn to Recognize URL Spoofing
With more than one billion unique websites on the internet, finding a specific one would be next to impossible without the help of URLs. Much like a building address, which allows people to find places in the real world, URLs act as digital addresses that help people find websites in the online world. Despite how […] Read more
Clearing your cache

February 25, 2021

Privacy Basics: Clearing Your Cache on the Most Popular Browsers
No one likes a slow website. Who wants to wait for pages to load in 2021? Fortunately, there are many ways to speed up your browsing. Caches are one of those ways. A clever bit of technology, caches work by saving some of the elements of each website you visit. When you return to that […] Read more
Delete your Amazon account

February 23, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Delete Your Amazon Account
Ah, Amazon. The multi-billion dollar corporate giant that dominates the world of ecommerce retail. We all love it, right? Or do we? Although Amazon is undoubtedly one of the most convenient websites for shopping, and they have some quality streaming content on their video platform, the company has long been the target of harsh criticisms […] Read more
Identity theft

February 18, 2021

An Internet User’s Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft
Identity theft is a pressing matter that everyone should increase their awareness of. The number of hacks, scams, and other cybercrimes grows each year, creating a higher risk to your personal information. As a result, instances of identity theft increase as well. With the ability to affect anyone, from a part-time retail worker to a […] Read more
Stop spam

February 16, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Stop Spam in its Tracks
In the digital age, no one is unfamiliar with or untouched by spam. These unsolicited messages affect us all, in the form of emails, texts, and phone calls. For many, dozens of spam messages clog up our devices each and every day, often from corporate sources like retail businesses, advertisers, and news agencies. While these […] Read more
Downloading files

February 11, 2021

Downloading Files? Here’s How to Make Sure It’s Safe
These days, downloading something from the internet can feel like a huge risk. One wrong click jeopardizes the safety of your device and your data. The spread of dangerous links and malware increased in 2020, making this concern more pronounced than ever. Websites are growing increasingly difficult to trust, and even legitimate download sites can […] Read more
Safer Internet

February 9, 2021

Safer Internet Day: How to Make the Web More Secure for Everyone
Every year, for almost two decades, an international holiday comes and goes on February 9th. That holiday, Safer Internet Day, was first organized in the EU in 2004. It aims to educate internet users about how to remain safe online, while encouraging them to make the digital space safer for others in turn. Safer Internet […] Read more
Ad Exposure Online

February 4, 2021

Privacy Tip of the Week: Reduce Your Ad Exposure Online
It’s estimated that the average American sees up to 10,000 advertisements a day. That’s a ton of ads. But, did you know that some of those ads can “see” you back? A significant portion of online advertising falls into the category known as “tracking ads.” By using cookies (small pieces of code saved on your […] Read more