Data Protection for Kids

Our kids are going back to school, and preparations are well under way. But preparation is more than new school supplies. Kids need to be reviewed on safety practices. Parents also need to get up to speed on the types … Continue reading

eBay JavaScript Attack Puts Users at Risk

Since February this year, there has been a nasty error on eBay. The bug has put users in the grasp of malicious websites via certain eBay listings. JavaScript code that had been inserted into product pages is responsible. eBay is … Continue reading

Home Depot Knew About Data Vulnerability in 2008

The Home Depot hack put an estimated 56 million accounts at risk. The credit cards used at the store could be used for fraudulent purchases amounting to about 3 billion US dollars. Home Depot says they are doing all they … Continue reading

Fight Brute Force Attacks with Password Security

Brute force attacks still work because people ignore password security. Websites can use SSL encryption and it won’t matter if they don’t have decent passwords. Users can access their accounts through secure VPNs, but it won’t help if they still … Continue reading

Get a VPN and Use Basic Internet Security Tips to Keep Your Chromebook Safe

Chromebooks are built to be secure according to Google. But they do not provide complete protection for their users. People still need to get a VPN as the primary security tool for Chromebooks. And practicing basic Internet security helps a … Continue reading