Cyber Security, Identity Theft

WPA2 Flaw How to Prevent Identity Theft

A recent flaw has been discovered that could allow cyber criminals to view and steal your information through Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 or more commonly referred to as WPA2. In layman’s terms, if you have a wireless device, a cybercriminal can trick you into reinstalling an already-in-use key. From there they can manipulate, eavesdrop or

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Cyber Security, Identity Theft, TOOLS & TRENDS

Smart Home Security Tips

Smart Home technology is a growing trend throughout various consumer markets. Homeowners are making the transition to “Smart Living,” installing the latest smart fridge, washer & dryer, garage opener, thermostat, even light bulbs and automatic floor cleaning devices like the Roomba. Understandably, we all live busy lives, which make these ease of access gadgets appealing

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What is Sarahah And Why Does it Want Your Contacts

This recently launched app has quickly become one of the most popular applications to download on the iOS App Store and Google Play. Within no time, Sarahah’s popularity spread among teens in both the UK and US markets, quickly ranking among the top three free apps available on the two platforms. The recent surge in

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Cyber Security, Identity Theft, TOOLS & TRENDS

Bluetooth Vulnerabilities and How to Protect Your Devices

On Tuesday, researchers uncovered major Bluetooth vulnerabilities that could threaten billions of devices  using the short-range wireless protocol. The vulnerabilities could affect a myriad of smart devices ranging from Android or Apple smartphones to printers, smart TVs and IoT devices. The IoT security firm, Armis has uncovered a bug deemed the “BlueBorne” attack. The attack

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Cyber Security, Identity Theft, TOOLS & TRENDS

Public WiFi Safety Tips

In this age of instant access, we’re all guilty of using a Public “Hotspot” for WiFi at one point or another. Unfortunately we as a trusting species, are under the impression that our photos, personal email accounts and our private discussions via chat rooms or instant messenger are private using a public WiFi Hotspot. But

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