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How not to get hacked: 15 tips to improve your online security

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 6, 2017 6:52:14 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

Are you worried about your phone getting hacked? You should be. In the cybersecurity arms race between defenders and attackers, the latter usually have the upper hand due to the large attack surface most devices have. What can you do to protect your privacy from hackers? The first step is to start following all the rules listed below.

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Lock pattern, PIN, or password: What is the most reliable way to lock a phone?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 30, 2017 6:56:41 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

It is common wisdom that passwords are a very ineffective method for authentication. They can be brute-forced or guessed in a dictionary attack. So why use a password to lock your phone? Because the lock pattern and the common four-digit PIN are way weaker. So, what is the most reliable way to lock a phone? Here’s a rundown of the methods and why you better stick with passwords.

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Passwords: How to come up with strong ones? (And why yours suck)

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 9, 2017 6:25:05 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

As imperfect as they are, passwords are still the most common method for authentication. And will continue to be at least in the near future. This makes it critical that everyone uses strong passwords. Unfortunately, what the average Internet user considers a decent password is usually a pretty weak one. Here are a few things to consider when coming up with passwords.

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How to reclaim your online privacy in 5 practical steps

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 14, 2016 6:13:32 PM / by Stefan Topuzov

Make no mistake – your data is being snooped on online. You don’t have to be an international spy to worry about online privacy. Breaches to it could be as mundane as internet providers storing metadata and selling it to third parties, or social networks monitoring your habits in order to offer you targeted advertising. The good news is that you won’t have to burn your smartphone and go live in the woods in order to reclaim online privacy.

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