Security Archive

WPS – Advantages and Vulnerability

Using Wi-Fi and not thinking about the protection is next to impossible. And for this very reason Wi-Fi Alliance has certified the usage of WPS or Wi-Fi Protected Setup. Now the obvious question that pops up in

Several IT Security & Networking Tips for Small Businesses

As small businesses become increasingly reliant on computers and technology, they also become more vulnerable to threats and data loss. Statistics show that around 90% of companies that suffer significant data loss close within two years. Amazingly,

How Does Phishing Affect Your Business?

The world of e-commerce has allowed businesses of all sizes to trade on a global level. But while the benefits of trading online are great, the rise of online shopping has also opened doors for hackers and

Tips to Prevent Your iDevices from Being Hacked

Apple devices are not exactly Fort Knox, as much as we’d like to believe them to be. The security crack known as “go to fail” can give the hackers absolute authority into your device to wreak havoc.

Protect Your Data from Snooping When You Are in a Free WiFi Zone

When there is WiFi hotspots in the coffee shops, airports, hotels, universities, libraries, and other public places, getting online has become cooler than ever. It is a usual scene now to see someone doing online shopping from

3 Top Recovery Tips to Combat Dreaded Data Loss

Anyone who’s ever worked on a computer or portable device will understand the panic that sets in when things go wrong and information gets lost. From frozen screens to full system failures, data loss can have a

Secure Connection While Using WiFi: Is It Possible?

Are you on a public network? If yes, you need to change the way you use the internet and the WiFi completely. When you are at home, you might share a number of things, such as folders,

Avoid Creating Vulnerable Passwords

In previous years, when the annual list of “worst passwords” for the year were compiled, the word “password” itself ranked at the top of the list. However, according to SplashData, “password” was replaced in the year 2013