save the internet #NetNeutrality

Save The Internet #NetNeutrality

I support net neutrality, and feel strongly that Internet service providers must treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, website, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or method of communication. I believe that Internet service providers should NOT have the power to intentionally block, slow … Continue reading “Save The Internet #NetNeutrality”

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WARNING for all Wi-Fi users. Security flaw found that lets hackers eavesdrop on your devices. It’s critical you…

Make sure all devices and the firmware of your router are updated ASAP! This affects all modern Wi-Fi equipment, from mobile phones to tablets to workstations, routers, printers and more. This is a big deal and has very widespread security implications. Source: Wi-Fi security flaw found that lets hackers eavesdrop on your devices

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SSL CERTIFICATES: What they are, why you need them, and how to get started

With the ever- evolving development of the internet and an increase in the number of and sophistication of users, website owners should take proactive measures to insure the integrity of their site.  The easiest and most cost-effective way to do this is with an SSL certification. BASIC TERMINOLOGY AND BACKGROUND HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) was … Continue reading “SSL CERTIFICATES: What they are, why you need them, and how to get started”

What does phishing mean?

Chrome and Firefox Users Beware of Tricky Phishing Attack!

Currently there is a manual fix for firefox, and Chrome has released a fix in their latest ‘Canary’ test release which should be released to the general public within the next few days. Until then, if you are unsure if you are on a real site and are about to enter sensitive information, you can copy the URL … Continue reading “Chrome and Firefox Users Beware of Tricky Phishing Attack!”

Time to change your password again!

Time to change your passwords again because ANY passwords you’ve used or stored online prior to September 22, 2016 may be in nafarious hands!

Between September 22, 2016 and February 18, 2017, passwords, private messages, API keys, and other sensitive data was leaked and because data was cached by search engines, your data may have been in nafarious hands! It’s time to change your passwords again! Is your website on the list?  GitHub has already compiled a list of effected domains and … Continue reading “Time to change your passwords again because ANY passwords you’ve used or stored online prior to September 22, 2016 may be in nafarious hands!”