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What to Look for in a Security Camera

Security cameras come with a wide variety of features, so it can be challenging to pick the one you want. You need to think about what you plan on using your camera for and then browse for a suitable option….

NordVPN vs. IPVanish: Which Is the Best VPN?

NordVPN and IPVanish are two big names in the VPN industry, and you can’t help but run into both of them when shopping for the best VPN for your needs. To help you make the choice, we’re going to compare the two of them on al…

Privacy vs. Security: What’s the Difference?

Online, privacy and security go hand-in-hand. They’re often used interchangeably, but that isn’t quite right. While privacy and anonymity might lend themselves to better security, they aren’t the same as security—they’re on…

What Is a SeedBox, and Why Would You Want One?

Seedboxes offer a high-performance solution when it comes to participating in peer-to-peer BitTorrent file-sharing services. If you spend a lot of time downloading and uploading files on BitTorrent, you should seriously consi…

Why Do Companies Hire Hackers?

Not all hackers are bad guys. To properly defend a network you need to know the type of attack you’re going to face. So does a hacker make the best type of defender too?

Why Are There So Many Zero-Day Security Holes?

A zero-day vulnerability is a bug in a piece of software. Of course, all complicated software has bugs, so why should a zero-day be given a special name? A zero-day bug is one that has been discovered by cybercriminals but th…

How to Use iCloud+ Private Relay on a Mac

Apple first made its Private Relay anonymizing service available on iPhone and iPad with iOS and iPadOS 15. With the release of macOS Monterey, Mac users can use it, too. The feature isn’t on by default, so here’s how to ena…

What Is a Zero-Click Attack?

While “zero-day attacks” are bad enough—they’re named that because developers have had zero days to deal with the vulnerability before it’s out in the open—zero-click attacks are concerning in a different way….
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