Password Management: Why You Need It and How to Choose the Right System








According to the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 81% of hacking-related breaches leveraged passwords that were stolen, weak, or both. Weak passwords often occur because people find it time-consuming and difficult to maintain multiple passwords. The pitfall in reusing the same password is that if the hacker guesses it, he or she then has access to every site or application associated with it. 

Most people use passwords for both work and home computing, making them vulnerable on both ends. A password manager helps you keep hacking at bay by storing your passwords either locally or remotely through an encrypted database. By using a password manager, you save yourself the headache of remembering multiple passwords because you generate and remember one "master” password. This master password becomes your key to unlocking and accessing multiple passwords.

Find out Why You Need a Password Manager

Wednesday, May 2, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (10106)/Comments (0)/
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Smart Gardening: Should You Jump on Board

Smart gardening technology offers a variety of useful tools to fit your budgetary and gardening needs. If you are just getting started with smart gardening, you should consider what issues or priorities you want to focus on. The majority of smart gardening devices are aimed at sensing the environment around them and/or automating a task. 

How do you know if you should purchase smart gardening technology? The answers are found in knowing what options are available. With several technological gadgets on the market, smart gardening tools encompass plant sensors, weather monitors, sprinkler systems and even robot lawn mowers. These devices often communicate with apps using automation to save you time and money. In addition, you can collect environmental data to monitor your garden. 

Control Your Sprinklers at the Touch of a Button

Would you like to save money on your water bill? A wonderful solution is to remotely control your garden’s sprinkling system. READ MORE

Tuesday, May 1, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (7348)/Comments (0)/
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How to Ensure Facebook Isn't Pulling your Call Data

In recent reports published through an investigation led by ARS, it was found that Facebook has been gathering call and text histories from its users. In other words, Facebook was able to collect records of who its users were contacting and when they were doing it. Reports specifically assert that Facebook gathers phone and message metadata from Android phones.

Though some reports cite that Facebook's actions were restricted to Android phones, Apple users should know that though app permissions typically offer more privacy protection, they should also take measures to protect their call data.

Facebook publicly admitted that they upload call and text logs from personal cellular devices which ran on Google's Android system. Through their public admission, Facebook proclaimed this access was limited to users who gave appropriate permission.


Wednesday, April 18, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (7845)/Comments (0)/

How Social Media Accounts Get Hacked

With the widespread use of social accounts, many victims will fall prey to scammers and hackers who gain access with malicious intent. Social media users have become accustomed to not only posting personal information on social media accounts, but some also use integrated features to conduct financial transactions.

The plethora of data available on social media accounts is attractive to hackers and scammers for a variety of reasons. The University of Phoenix report that 2/3 of all U.S. adults with social media accounts have already been hacked.

Why – and how – do social media accounts get hacked? Here are a few explanations.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (18300)/Comments (0)/

Monitoring Screen Time for Your Kids











The time kids spend staring at screens can be cause for concern, and many parents, childcare professionals, researchers, teachers, and pediatricians are beginning to take notice. Even large shareholders for Apple are insisting that the tech company develop ways to deter the habits of screen-addicted youths.

According to studies, kids between the ages of one and eighteen look at screens between two and seven hours a day. Adolescents are engrossed with screens the most, spending nearly seven hours per day staring at a screen. And infants and toddlers now look at screens more than they ever have before, and nearly one in four has a television in their room.

Continue reading to discover how to best monitor screen time for your kids.

Thursday, March 22, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (7779)/Comments (0)/
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