Your probably saw in the news a couple of weeks ago warning you about using USB charging ports in public areas like airports and hotels.Read More
A Guide to Online Safety for Women
In today’s digital age, women face unique challenges when it comes to online safety. Whether it’s dealing with online harassment, stalking, or identity theft, it’sRead More
Tax Deadline Right Around the Corner – Watch Out For Scammers!
From an IRS.gov press release, with the filing deadline quickly approaching, the Internal Revenue Service today urged everyone to remain vigilant against email and textRead More
It’s Tax Time, Watch Out for IRS Scams
It happens every tax season, the scammers come out impersonating the IRS. This year is no different. The latest scheme involves malicious users posing asRead More
Top 5 Services Regularly Scannned – Make Sure You Use Unique Passwords
All online services are regular scanned and attacked by the bad guys using large password dictionaries and caches of compromised credentials. As reported by FoxRead More
Phishing Attempts are Getting More Sophisticated. What to look out for.
According to this alert from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), hackers are going to great lengths, including mimicking real people and creating andRead More
New Year, New Resolution to Be Safer Online
This is an older article from the FTC, but its a good reminder on how to keep your personal information safe in the New Year.Read More
Watch out for Shipping Notification Scams this Holiday Season
If you’ve gotten a text or email message that seems to be from the United States Postal Service (USPS) or any shipping company with aRead More
People Are Still Using the Dumbest Passwords Available
If you thought most people would have learned by now not to use “password” as the password for their sensitive logins, then you would beRead More
Being Secure Online – Using Search Responsibly
Being secure online is more than just good browsing and password habits. It’s about everything you do online, and searching is one of the mostRead More
Yes, You Really Need a Password Manager
We’ve been telling you for years that you should be using a password manager. Password Managers, or Password Safes, allow you to create longer, moreRead More
It Happens – What to do when you click a phishing link?
It happens. Sometimes the bad guys get you. You accidentally click on a phishing link and now what? Lifehacker has a nice article on theRead More