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Learn about the basic types of internet crimes and relevant activities. Get an overall picture of cyber crime around the world and the costs involved.
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Though Wordpress has managed to enter the mainstream of web development and stride to the forefront of CMS, that doesn’t mean that it’s invulnerable. Here you see an overview of the most common vulnerabilities, security holes and hacking practices for wordpress based sites and blogs as well as some basic advice on how to “guard” a WP installation.
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BestCommunicationsDegrees spotlights some of the most significant facts and milestones from the world’s recent history that signify the contribution of internet to our fast changing world.
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Internet has gone wild and according to experts, even the strongest password can be cracked depending on the time and effort a skilled hacker would put on. This report highlights the common password weaknesses and hacking methods and suggests some best practices to protect your online information until the coming of new age in authentication methods.
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How common is your password? See the facts for recent password hacks across popular sites like Linkedin and Yahoo. And let it be a motive to give up the silly 123456 that we all used in ancient digital times.
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Does sharing, socializing, surfing actually mean living in public? It seems true if you are not regularly updated with the latest privacy patterns released on Facebook, Twitter and other frequently used internet platforms. Learn how to protect yourself in simple steps. We say: “Thank you Dr. Yaser”.
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Business users are demanding flexibility in data and information usage by utilizing cloud services. However IT people and businesses are vastly itching for confidentiality issues. Could these two forces be harmonically combined?
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The gap is everywhere! Digital media and social networks are vastly used by various age groups. Which one seems to be the most aware or less savvy as far the computer security and sensitive data protection?