Are you logging into a computer you don’t really trust? Don’t know what 2FA is or too lazy to set it up? Here’s a simple (but by no means bulletproof) way to bamboozle basic key-loggers which might try to steal your password:
Do you have a WordPress site? Do you worry about getting hacked? Then read on…
There are many ways to beef up the security of your WordPress site, but there’s a bewildering array of plugins (both paid and free) to help secure your site. Here are a few tips which you should use to secure your WordPress site Continue reading Securing WordPress
Here’s a simple way to make Windows a little safer.
Securing your digital assets can be harder than you might think.
Are you a cryptocurrency holder? Maybe you’ve got a couple of crypto wallet apps for easily viewing your cryptocurrency. Perhaps you’re getting into automated trading with tools such as Gunbot. Continue reading Security tips for cryptocurrency
For some reason, so many IoT (Internet of Things) devices suffer from major security flaws and I’d recommend being very wary of these funky new gadgets, until manufacturers can start taking your cyber security seriously. A couple of things to avoid include Continue reading IOT device security really sucks
Don’t get me started on how insecure bank cards are. But here’s a trick (one of many) to massively reduce the likelihood of fraud Continue reading Bank card security