Articles tagged Privacy

How to Fix 'Your Connection Is Not Private' Error Article

How to Fix 'Your Connection Is Not Private' Error

To secure your online presence, we will explain why the “Your connection is not private” error might appear on your screen and how to fix it.
60 0 5 months ago
CES 2020: what should Apple fans expect? News

CES 2020: what should Apple fans expect?

2 years ago
NordVPN now offers 3 years of VPN service for only $99 News

NordVPN now offers 3 years of VPN service for only $99

4 years ago
Preserve online privacy on Mac Article

Preserve online privacy on Mac

4 years ago
Play Store is choke full of apps open for malware attacks! Article

Play Store is choke full of apps open for malware attacks!

5 years ago
Turn off the default Windows 10 keylogger Article

Turn off the default Windows 10 keylogger

5 years ago
Windows 10's Creators Update will bring new privacy settings News

Windows 10's Creators Update will bring new privacy settings

5 years ago
Tim Cook threatened to yank Uber's app from the App Store News

Tim Cook threatened to yank Uber's app from the App Store

5 years ago
Ambient noise might become an authentication factor News

Ambient noise might become an authentication factor

5 years ago
Google is testing out a new AI solution: Federated Learning News

Google is testing out a new AI solution: Federated Learning

Google's new Federated Learning method for Android machine learning won't only help the IT giant improve Android devices, but also make things better for the users.
995 0 5 years ago
Telegram now offers encrypted voice calls News

Telegram now offers encrypted voice calls

5 years ago
WikiLeaks' 'Dark Matter' shows how the CIA attacked Macs News

WikiLeaks' 'Dark Matter' shows how the CIA attacked Macs

5 years ago
Why does Windows 10 collect your data? Article

Why does Windows 10 collect your data?

5 years ago
WhatsApp messages are vulnerable to interception Article

WhatsApp messages are vulnerable to interception

5 years ago
Lavabit, the secure email service used by Snowden, is back News

Lavabit, the secure email service used by Snowden, is back

5 years ago
Protect yourself from government control Article

Protect yourself from government control

5 years ago
EU to change legislation rules for Internet-based services News

EU to change legislation rules for Internet-based services

5 years ago
The dangers of using "anti-spying" tools for Windows 10 Article

The dangers of using "anti-spying" tools for Windows 10

5 years ago
Evernote gives up on its controversial privacy policy change News

Evernote gives up on its controversial privacy policy change

5 years ago
Evernote will allow its employees to read your notes News

Evernote will allow its employees to read your notes

5 years ago
Top 5 VPN apps for your iPhone Article

Top 5 VPN apps for your iPhone

If you're looking for some privacy while using the Internet on your iOS device, here are the best 5 VPN applications that you can find on iTunes.
1.1k 0 5 years ago
Windows 10 AU settings that compromise your privacy Article

Windows 10 AU settings that compromise your privacy

5 years ago
'Smart' toys under investigation by privacy groups News

'Smart' toys under investigation by privacy groups

5 years ago
You can now stream anonymously with a new app called Dusk News

You can now stream anonymously with a new app called Dusk

5 years ago
Don't let any phishing schemes ruin your holidays Article

Don't let any phishing schemes ruin your holidays

5 years ago
Swiftkey for Android adds incognito mode, clipboard and more News

Swiftkey for Android adds incognito mode, clipboard and more

5 years ago
Twitter to stop devs from using the service for surveillance News

Twitter to stop devs from using the service for surveillance

5 years ago
Telegram launches Telegraph, an anonymous blogging platform News

Telegram launches Telegraph, an anonymous blogging platform

5 years ago
Check out Firefox Focus, a new private browser for iPhones News

Check out Firefox Focus, a new private browser for iPhones

5 years ago
SHA-1 no longer accepted by Google, Mozilla and Microsoft News

SHA-1 no longer accepted by Google, Mozilla and Microsoft

The big names on the web browser market have decided to stop supporting the SHA-1 hashing algorithm, so websites that still use it will soon be blocked off.
115 0 5 years ago
WhatsApp to stop sharing data with Facebook in the UK News

WhatsApp to stop sharing data with Facebook in the UK

5 years ago
The Web of Trust browser add-on not so trustworthy after all News

The Web of Trust browser add-on not so trustworthy after all

5 years ago
Keeping private photos hidden on Android Article

Keeping private photos hidden on Android

5 years ago
Top 5 most secure smartphones on the market Article

Top 5 most secure smartphones on the market

6 years ago
Learn to take control of your privacy when using WhatsApp Article

Learn to take control of your privacy when using WhatsApp

5 years ago
Facebook to collect more personal data from WhatsApp's users News

Facebook to collect more personal data from WhatsApp's users

5 years ago