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Are you causing a crack in the corporate IT's 'egg-shell' security?

Many of us work for organizations with an established corporate IT department. IT determines the security policies; sets the protocols, permissions and instructs employees on the best practice. 464 more words


Covering Your Browser Tracks by J. D. BIERSDORFER


A look at Do Not Track technology in web browsers, and how to use Google Cardboard effectively.

Published: November 18, 2015 at 07:00PM… 15 more words


You don't know the Search Bar from Shinola

While training teachers over the years, I’ve learned many of you don’t know the Search Bar from Shinola. ┬áRead below to find out the difference between the Search Bar and the Address Bar. 220 more words

Google Chrome

Firefox 42 Launches With Tracking Protection In Private Browsing Mode

After a short beta period,┬áMozilla today graduated its new Tracking Protection feature for Firefox’s Private Browsing mode into its release channel with the… 377 more words


New Firefox browser offers security and privacy greater than Google's Incognito mode

Before Google Chrome, Firefox was the gold standard in web browsing. Safari was slow and unwieldy, Internet Explorer was a joke, and Netscape was dead. 204 more words


Vivaldi Browser Hits Beta After More Than 2M Downloads

Earlier this year, Opera’s former CEO Jon von Tetzchner launched Vivaldi, a new desktop browser for power users (and those who were unhappy with Opera’s direction after that company’s switch to Google’s rendering engine after von Tetzchner left). 488 more words


More Than One Way to Fix Firefox by J. D. BIERSDORFER


If Firefox is not set to automatically upgrade itself to the latest edition, update the browser to the most recent version. 17 more words