Mobile Phone Security Guide

Our computers and laptops have always been exposed to a lot of threat from spammers, hackers and anyone with the dishonest intention of thieving you of your data, personal information or banking details. The condition has escalated rapidly, with the tremendous demand and use of smart phones. The concentration of the spammers and hackers has now dominantly shifted to hacking ...

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The Importance of Going off Route to a Newer Location

Offshore hosting is a brilliant way to cut down on your input cost and get the optimum benefit out of the same. Amidst all the conventional modes of hosting like free hosting, shared hosting, dedicated hosting and collocated hosting. Free hosting is for those who wish to set up a free site for the casual and fun purpose. It is ...

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Reasons You Need a Car Accident Lawyer


Most victims of car accidents will significantly benefit from retaining a car accident lawyer as soon as they can after the collision. The following reasons are why it is a great idea to get an attorney. Advice Right from the time when you are the victim of a vehicular accident, you will have questions that you might not know the ...

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Holiday Security Measures

Most people are focused on the fun hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Decorating, baking, planning time with family, shopping for gifts, and traveling to and from various obligations takes a lot of attention and time. Unfortunately, there are people who use this time of distraction to take advantage of those around them. The two most common ways this ...

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How Dispute a Credit Inquiry

“The more, the merrier” saying does not apply to credit inquiries. Whenever you apply for credit, the lender obtains (inquires) a copy of your credit report from one or more of the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian, TransUnion) The inquiry appears on your credit and it influences the calculation of your credit score. The only inquiries that affect your ...

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Security Is Paramount To Credit Union Boards

It often falls on the board of a credit union to make some of the organization’s toughest decisions, including lending approvals, write offs, and leadership reviews. They often make decisions based on sensitive personal information like credit scores and networth, or information on loans in arrears. If that information is somehow leaked, it can spark an investigation from financial regulators ...

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Is your Data Centre Really Secure?

World events over recent years have sparked a new frenzy in network security.  Words like NSA, Heartbleed, Wikileaks and personal email servers are pregnant with meaning about the implied vulnerabilities of our digital communications.  Individuals and organisations alike are much more informed (or even misinformed!) as to the issues surrounding the privacy of personal and corporate communications which has resulted ...

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Don’t Click that Link! Signs That You’re About to Be Phished

Phishing scams have been around for decades and are still used for one simple reason: they work! Scammers use spam emails or messages to entice users into clicking infected links where they share their emails and passwords. That’s all it takes to steal your private information. Believe it or not, almost one-third of employees still fall for phishing emails! Why ...

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The Credit Card Security Chip: Is It a Hassle or Is It Life Saving?

Credit cards with new EMV security chip technology (for “Euromoney, Mastercard, Visa”) were designed to reduce fraud by using a cryptographic key to verify the card’s legitimacy and to generate a one-time code for each transaction. Regrettably, users’experiences with EMV cards have not matched expectations. Many users report that the card is a hassle because transaction processing is too slow. ...

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