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Anas BaigAnas Baig is a Security Journalist who covers Cyber Security & Tech News. A computer science graduate specializing in internet security, science and technology, he is a security professional and a writer with a passion for robots, IoT devices, and cars.



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What Is Private Browsing And How Can It Keep Your Information Safe?

Private Browsing (referred to as InPrivate in Internet Explorer, Private Browsing in Mozilla Firefox, and Incognito mode in Google Chrome) is a unique privacy mode where the browser doesn’t save browsing history, cookies and site data. Privacy mode can offer you some protection from prying eyes. By using a secret browsing session, you can keep …

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The Cybersecurity Landscape Is Changing Constantly Due To IoT Amongst Other Factors

We all know that the cybersecurity landscape is constantly changing. Amid a backdrop of constantly evolving technology, attack methods and tools with which to protect our data, the situation has only become more complex. For all their additional complexity, businesses have accepted the reality that to remain competitive, they must embrace new technology with open …

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The Cybersecurity Landscape Is Changing Constantly Due To IoT Amongst Other Factors

We all know that the cybersecurity landscape is constantly changing. Amid a backdrop of constantly evolving technology, attack methods and tools with which to protect our data, the situation has only become more complex. For all their additional complexity, businesses have accepted the reality that to remain competitive, they must embrace new technology with open …

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5 Best VPN Services For WordPress

Virtual Private Networks, aka VPNs, are growing in popularity day by day. Thanks to geo-restrictions and censorship, the rising threat of cyberattacks, and increased spying from government agencies, more people are now relying on VPNs than ever before. No one likes to see their data or information getting comprised or spied upon, and this is …

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WannaCry Ransomware Attacks: Hard Lessons For 200,000 Victims

The EU facing a wide spread ransomware outbreak, most notably within UK’s National Health Service (NHS). Hospitals are rerouting patients and asking them not to come unless it’s a critical emergency. The type of ransomware making its way through many organizations and industries today is called Wanna Decryptor. The malicious software — known as the Wanna …

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Don’t WannaCry? Here Are Some Tips To Protect Yourself From Ransomware

An unusual kind of ransomware cyber-attack has taken the world by storm, causing calamities in various parts of the world. Cyber security companies claim that this ransomware worm has infected around 75,000 computer systems in 99 countries this Friday, with Russia, Ukraine, and Taiwan being the top targets. The ones most affected by this ransomware …

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Your Chrome Extensions May Be Spying On You

Google is a highly innovative Tech company specializing in internet related products and services. Over the years, Google has transformed into a multi-billion dollar empire with a broad range of products and ingenious features, with Chrome extensions being one of them. In a world of web browsers, security experts and geeks are of the opinion …

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Preferential Treatment Under New FCC Net Neutrality Rules

It seems like repealing the broadband privacy rules wasn’t enough to quench the raging heart of Ajit Pai.Mr. Pai has now redirected his arrows towards the long-debated net neutrality rules. What is Net Neutrality? Basically, net neutrality promotes the concept of an open Internet. The current rules classify ISPs, broadband and Telcos as a common …

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How Shall DDoS Attacks Progress In The Future?

In recent months we have witnessed a rise in new and significantly high-volume distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. The venomous nature Mirai botnet Mirai botnet is a prime example in this case. Involved in a string of DDoS attacks in recent months, including the one on DNS provider Dyn in October, the botnet is said to …

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Employees Still Feel Drawn To Basic Phishing Campaigns Like Moths To Flames

The tax season is when the scammers are in full swing. Over $50 million worth of tax fraud has happened since 2013, as reported by The U.S. Treasury Inspector for Tax Administration. And unfortunately it looks like it is only going to get worse. According to the warning issued by the IRS, the W-2 email …

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