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Are You as Safe Online as You Think You Are?

As an E-Specialist with the library, I assist customers during our open lab program where they can receive help with downloading electronic media, figuring out a new device, and yes helping with lost passwords. 492 more words

How to check if somebody knows your password. Have you been 'pwned'?

If you read my post on ‘spear phishing’  you’ll be aware that the hijacking of email accounts is on the rise. These attacks generally revolve around the attacker already knowing the login details for the account somehow. 570 more words


Password Protecting/ Encrypting a folder in Windows using Zip Software.

This was carried out on Windows 10. Don’t know how it will work on other platforms or versions.

Step 1: Select the folder which you want to encrypt. 192 more words


How to Create a Password Protected Folder without any Extra Software

This article have been scooped from www.howtogeek.com where you can find many exciting things about technology and Software.

Link to this specific article is as follows: 651 more words

Taking Care of Your Money on Travel

How to make yourself save from money lost while traveling. Some points to be kept in mind for safer and hassle free journey.

Don’t let yourself worried on your lovely family or friend’s trip. 574 more words

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An Open Letter to People Who Write and Work for the Odyssey Online: Change Your Passwords NOW

This is not a post about books. (My next review is most likely going to be about Darrin Lunde’s “The Naturalist,” which is about Teddy Roosevelt and unrelated to this.) This is a post about password security and The Odyssey. 1,895 more words


Hashing data: a one way street

Most of us are familiar with the concept of data encryption: masking meaningful data so that it can’t be understood by anyone besides the person or machine it is intended for. 1,381 more words