Tag Archives: security

the latest @microsoftuk #windows 7 update takes 151 updates and 1,062M of downloads

the latest @microsoftuk #windows 7 update takes 152 updates and 1,062M of downloads

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can you remember everywhere you’ve ever been ? in the last week ? in the last 10 years ? well google #googtimeline can ! #history #privacy #security #googleneverforgets

can you remember everywhere you’ve ever been ? in the last week ? in the last 10 years ? well google location history #googtimeline can !

if your google location history is enabled you can even drill down to see the routes you took to get there

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web accounts, devices, history and security spring clean time @googleuk @microsoftuk #xmashols #security #springclean

if you have some spare time this #xmashols maybe it would be good to use it to spring clean your web accounts

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VPNs for #android #firefox #ios #windows

android and ios vpn apps (and often there are windowsand/or firefox plugins available)

DO NOT pay monthly for your VPNs but try and buy LIFETIME licenses from Stack Social instead and save £££

after installing and running your chosen VPN use mylocation.org to check its working

even more VPN info and reviews here

 

the web may soon prevent you reusing passwords

the web may soon prevent you reusing passwords if others follow ms github new login process

github now checks your password every time you enter it against 517M hacked passwords and practically prevents you for using the system until you change it

git hub password validation

https://blog.github.com/2018-07-31-new-improvements-and-best-practices-for-account-security-and-recoverability/

Several years ago, security researcher Troy Hunt sought to tackle the compromised passwords problem with his HaveIBeenPwned.com project. While Troy hosts a service that people and services can use to check for compromised passwords, he also generously made the approximately 517 million record dataset available for download. Using this data, GitHub created an internal version of this service so that we can validate whether a user’s password has been found in any publicly available sets of breach data.

how is it even possible to view the web securely ?

how is it even possible to view the web securely ? should i use a “secure” browser or a “secure” os or a “secure” vpn ?

“secure” duckduckgo browser

“secure” tor browser

“secure” os

“secure” vpn

 

 

 

zenmate vpn and webrtc protection browser extension update

to get the best zenmate vpn and webrtc protection make sure you have updated from browser extension plugin 6.1.3 to 6.2.0

https://pages.zenmate.com/en/security-update-webrtc

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