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Bidefender Total Security 2015 Review

Bitdefender Total Security 2015 Review – Why is this the best?

Being a Kaspersky Internet Security user, I never got anything better than that. However, the scenario is going to change very soon, I suppose, because, Bitdefender Total Security 2015 has been launched a few days back. The main competitor of Bitdefender is Kaspersky and ESET NOD32 version 7. However, Bitdefender has proven its advantages. Here

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Top 3 Password Manager Apps for Android

Top 3 Password Manager Apps for Android

If you are one of them, who often forget your so-called unique password, you should try a password manage service. Windows or Mac or Linux users can definitely use LastPass, Keepass, Sticky Password, 1Password and more other tools. However, the problem breaks out when someone wants to use a password manager for Android. This is

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Shellshock Bash Vulnerability Is The Greatest Internet Threat Ever

Nothing is safe, everything is vulnerable. This is a famous saying in the world of internet where people try their level best to protect their property with all the security measures that they can implement with their sharp minds. But in some part of the world, their is also another genius who can use his

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Password Protect a Folder in Windows Without Third Party Software

Yes, of course there are a lot of third party software that offer the same functionality. But why use something else, when you can do it in the Windows itself? Right? Folder locking have been much in demand since the release of Windows. People have data which they do not want everyone to see, or have

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Secure Your Apple ID With 2-Step Verification

Sure you have an Apple ID. Thats the reason why you are here. And I am very sure you want it to protect from others. Apple ID is not only used for iCloud data but also used for online purchases on the iTunes and App Store. So under no circumstances you want your credentials to

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Deadly Linux Commands That You Should Never Use

Linux is not doubt, a very powerful Operating System. It serves you as a friend, without asking much in return. The power this Operating System offers you is unmatchable by any other OS out there. But this also leads to some awkward situations where you might end up mourning over loss of all your data,

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Is password your Password? You need to read this now

Passwords today are big deal. With online activity increasing day by day and with increased logins and usernames, there is a great need to safeguard your online credentials. Your username need not be confidential but what about the password? Your password need to be super secure and confidential so that nasty hackers out there keep

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How to Sign out Remotely from Gmail and All Google Accounts

This article heading seems awkward. Right? How to sign out remotely from Gmail? Why this is needed at all? Your questions are fair and justified. 200%. Just consider a situation that, last night when you were partying on your friend’s home, you just signed in to your personal Gmail account from his laptop to check

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Heartbleed: It’s time to change your passwords

If you think you aren’t affected by the super hyped Heartbleed bug, you really need to keep reading. And you definitely should change your passwords, immediately. Even Facebook and Twitter use OpenSSL, and they are the among the most used websites on the internet! So basically, OpenSSL is a part of your life as long

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Tumbler Announces Two Factor Authentication

Following the security trends of the internet giants like Google, Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and others, tumblr, one of the most popular personal blogging platform, recently announces two factor authentication to add an extra layer of security to its account. Now, tumblr users can turn on the service any time to have that added layer of security.

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Privacy Matters in Twitter and Facebook Accounts and How You Can Control It

One of the most popular social networking sites, Twitter, has announced recently that they are going to make money through this site in the form of targeted ads. In their blog post, Twitter adds that number of ads will not increase, instead users will be server with better ads. This of course means that Twitter

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Does Windows 8 Pose A Threat To Parental Control Softwares?

Windows 8 is coming out with some new features, one of them is being set up as the newest arrival in the tech world to give parental control software a run for their money. Microsoft is bringing out the big guns for parents with greater control over what their kids do on the latest platform. The family safety feature can to an extent remove the need for additional PC monitoring software.

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What Is Facebook’s ‘Instant Personalization’ And How To Block It?

Facebook’s latest instant personalization feature is yet another flag raiser that the service uses to share your data with 3rd party services. Let’s take a quicklook at it and learn how we can disable Facebook Instant Personalization.

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How To Setup Facebook Login Alerts

Facebook login alerts can be used to send live email notifications when someone else may be using your Facebook account without your knwledge or permission. The email alerts can be sent to your mobile phone or to your contact email address.

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GFI Vipre: A New Approach To Networking And Security

GFI Vipre is a complete new way for securing your PC from new age malwares that has evolved over time. The antivirus will help you keep a watch on the security status of all the PCs over the network you wish to monitor. Let us take a quick look at the network antivirus solution that

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