Security

Has my e-mail been hacked? These tools reveal the truth

Has my e-mail been hacked? How to find out!

Large-scale hacker attacks constantly make their way into the news, which then causes panic among users. Hackers exploit e-mail addresses and passwords by using them for criminal purposes. Victims often don’t even realise that their data has been stolen. We introduce four tools to help you check whether your e-mail has been hacked.

How to identify phishing e-mails and protect your data

Identifying phishing e-mails: the telltale signs at a glance

Scammers send out dubious e-mails attempting to obtain sensitive data from internet users every day. This is known as phishing and isn’t just annoying; fraudulent e-mails cost millions each year as internet users fall victim to them. We reveal how to identify phishing e-mails and how to render your inbox harmless.

Sign e-mails with a digital signature

Digital signatures: more security online by signing e-mails

Spam e-mails may be annoying, but they’re mostly harmless. What’s more problematic is phishing – a technique whereby fraudsters try to con you by posing as trustworthy sender addresses in an attempt to get hold of sensitive data. These messages appear genuine too, because without a digital signature, it’s very easy to assume a trusted identity online. In order to protect customers and their own...

Creating Mac Backups

How to create a Mac backup

You can use the native software Time Machine to create a complete backup of your Mac computer in just a few steps. We’ll guide you through starting and running the backup process and show you other ways to back up data on Macs – from manual backups to cloud-based services.

ModSecurity Apache module on a cloud server with Ubuntu

Use the ModSecurity Apache Module on a Cloud Server with Ubuntu 16.04

ModSecurity is a free web application firewall (WAF) which is a simple, powerful way to protect a server against web-based malware and hacking attempts. Learn how to install ModSecurity and the officially-recommended OWASP Core Rule Set (CRS) which will protect a server against malware and hacking in the form of SQL injection, session hijacking, cross-site scripting, Trojans, and many other forms...

Browser fingerprints: tracking without cookies

Browser fingerprints: the basics and protection options

In recent years, so-called browser fingerprinting has established itself as a tracking method that doesn’t rely on the use of cookies. Web servers capture different characteristics from visitors’ browsers and determine their digital fingerprint based on them. They enable visitors to be recognised at a later date. While some information is automatically transmitted, it is mainly active elements...

Federated Learning of Cohorts

FLoC: Federated Learning of Cohorts

Google plans to axe third-party cookies that are used to generate individual user profiles from its Chrome browser over the coming years. Advertising and tracking, on the other hand, will continue to be available, which is why the search engine giant has been busy with Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) as an alternative solution. So, what’s behind the method? And how does FLoC work?

Best cloud storage providers

The best cloud storage providers – an overview of the best online storage

Storing files online on a cloud platform has become part of everyday life for many people. Storing files with online storage providers takes the load off your hard drive and ensures that they are available anytime and from anywhere. But what are the best cloud storage providers on the market? And what differences are there between them? Which one would be best for me?

The best online backup services

Comparing the best online backup services

Many people use several devices and have data stored on them. What should you do if your data carrier fails or the data gets lost? Backing up data is extremely important and an online backup makes perfect sense. By doing this, you don’t risk losing your important files due to a system crash or criminal activitiy. What is the best option? Here is a comparison of online backup service providers.


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