WordPress is a cultural phenomenon when it comes to publishing online. What started as a simple blogging tool in 2003 has become the most popular open-source content management system (CMS) in the world powering WordPress.com and millions of sites worldwide. There are a number of alternatives including the very popular Joomla, but the difference with…
WordPress theme has released v3.6.1.
Firefox 23 added a new feature that automatically blocks mixed content. Mixed content comes into play when browsing secure websites. (i.
LinkedIn is without doubt the key social network for business professionals. A few months back 6.5 million members had their passwords compromised and LinkedIn was quick to take action.
Ever since I bought my Nexus 7 around a month back, I’ve had a closer experience with Android. One of the first things that I did was hunt through for security applications, especially antivirus apps. Below are some of the most popular antivirus apps available for Android devices.
There have been concerns about the security of your files in Dropbox. Recently Dropbox added another layer of security similar to Google’s two step verification. When you enable two-step verification, whenever you want to login to Dropbox, you will need to use your password, and a security code that will either be texted to your mobile phone or generated by a mobile authenticator app (available for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone 7).
The good folks at AVG have released their latest suite of antivirus and security products. Title AVG 2013, the suite includes AVG AntiVirus FREE 2013, AVG AntiVirus 2013, AVG Internet Security 2013 and AVG Premium Security. For users of the popular free program (2nd most popular antivirus download on Download.
WordPress 3.3.2 has been released.
Stuff we’d like to throw into the black-hole, Microsoft’s new retail store, how to hack the iPhone (well, not really…), it’s all in here!
If you’re like me, you’ll have hundreds of accounts all over and you’ll need to remember an equal number of usernames and passwords. Good security requires you do not keep the same password for all your accounts and so it would totally impossible for you to memorize all the passwords. This is where password managers come into play.
So, you’re a conscientious system administrator or even a very neat and tidy home user who likes to keep his/her PC fully updated and patched against any malignant threats that float around on the interweb. Good for you. You subscribe and read so many postings on various security related forums.