Online Privacy

ONLINE TRACKING IS a hot topic these days, with the U.S. asking for tougher online privacy protections. The FTC recently issued a report urging voluntary practices for online businesses regarding data collection. Another proposal suggests building a universal “do not track” function into future Web browsers. The proposed universal “do not track” tool wouldn’t be… Read more Online Privacy

For Those That Think They Know, But Know Nothing, Eat This; “Android RULES!!!!”

During Q2 2012 smartphone penetration continued to grow, with 54.9 percent of U.S. mobile subscribers owning smartphones as of June 2012. This growth is driven by increasing smartphone purchases: 2 out of 3 Americans who acquired a new mobile phone in the last three months chose a smartphone instead of a feature phone. Android continues… Read more For Those That Think They Know, But Know Nothing, Eat This; “Android RULES!!!!”

FLAME VIRUS: Most Destructive Virus Ever Developed?

The Flame Virus shares code with another virus, Stuxnet, that damaged Iran’s nuclear program in 2010. These are two of the most destructive computer viruses ever created, tailor-made for cyber-espionage and capable of wreaking havoc on government systems. Both Flame and Stuxnet are believed to have been used by the U.S. government to wage online… Read more FLAME VIRUS: Most Destructive Virus Ever Developed?

How To Secure Your WordPress Blog – Part 1

WordPress is an open source and free blogging software. Two variants abound; WordPress.com WordPress.com are blogs hosted by the company that gave us WordPress, Auttomatic. Recommended to beginners with little knowledge of what goes on behind the scene of this blogging platform. Features – WordPress.com is the safer way to go. There are a lot… Read more How To Secure Your WordPress Blog – Part 1