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Ever needed to find your keys in the dark? Well, there’s an app for that. But beware, that flashlight app for your phone may be doing more than shedding some light in a dark room. In fact, if you have downloaded one of the popular flashlight apps from the Google
Ad Blockers have lost their power over the last years, as corporations fought back against the software. After beating intrusive marketing for years, this is a blow to dedicated AdBlock users. Fortunately, you can regain control using a VPN.
Starting next year, every US cell phone will be required to be GPS-capable. Find out what this means for you and how you can stop being tracked by the government.
Since 2012, Russia has been continually increasing its iron grasp on the country’s web. The most recent developments pose a significant threat to online freedom, as citizens search for a way to circumvent the blocks.
Smishing has become the preferred method of internet scam. The recent phenomenon plays on user trust to steal sensitive information for financial gain. Fortunately, it’s easy to spot a smishing scam once you know a few key rules.
With cyber hacks becoming ever more frequent and fierce, it’s hard to know how safe your private data really is. If 2017 taught us anything, it’s that the problem is only escalating. Find out here about 2018’s largest cyber hacks and breaches so far.
‘Fake News’ is the buzzword of the moment. The phrase has instigated a valid debate about lies in journalism, but also offers an excuse to impose censorship and quiet opposition views. Finding the truth is an essential pursuit.
We overestimate our abilities when it comes to avoiding scams, operating under the mantra that it’ll never happen to us in the first place. Unfortunately, it’s becoming increasingly common, so here are seven ways to stay ahead of fraudsters.