Everything About Password Managers
We cover everything you should know about password managers.
Account Passwords to Remember
A valid argument for remembering a select few passwords
How Secure is Your Copied Text?
Careful what you keep stored (ex: passwords) in your clipboard
Credential Stuffing vs Brute Forcing
These attacks are frequently used to crack login details
Credential stuffing and brute force attacks are two common cyberattacks used to crack passwords and gain access to user accounts/information.
We're going to explore what credential stuffing and brute force attacks are and how they work.
Additionally we'll go over some tips for the best ways to...
DuckDuckGo is a company that has been strongly associated with privacy since it's been around.
Their search engine doesn't track you. They have browser extensions (for the likes of Firefox and Google Chrome) for increased privacy.
One of DuckDuckGo's most recent privacy offerings is its mobile b...
The Brave browser and Firefox Focus are both privacy browsers with millions of active users across the globe.
Both browsers also retain enough functionality to keep up with the "ease-of-use" and convenience factor of more mainstream browsers such as Safari and Google Chrome.
The short answer is: Yes! You should've been using a browser focused on privacy yesteryear.
Privacy browsers are "normal" browsers that have privacy and security at the forefronts of their function.
For the most part, they come with settings that favor user (read: your) privacy straight out of...