Prevent scammers from impersonating you on Facebook!
The root of the problem, as far as an impersonation scam is concerned lies in giving easy access to your private data (photos, Friends list, details "About" you, likes etc) to random blokes you may not know (public).
Tools for improving privacy and security during web browsing
Little knowledge of how the Internet and the Web could be misused, breeds naivety alluring to be exploited.
Why you should use a password manager
A password manager is an application that stores all your passwords for you, so you don’t have to worry about remembering them.
The fascinating World of Bug Bounty hunting - What it is and how you could get your feet wet
Organizations run a “bug bounty program'“ where they reward ethical hackers for finding security vulnerabilities in their applications.
Email hygiene - Compartmentalizing email addresses for better privacy and security
Email hygiene is often neglected by average users. Using just one or maybe two email addresses across several websites is not secure practice.
What you could do if your credentials are breached
Malicious cybercriminals are incessantly trying to find ways to breach applications and get hold of private data.
A road-map to basic Internet Privacy & Security
An awareness of privacy and security fundamentals would make you several notches better than the average internet user.
Let's discuss 2-Factor Authentication
Using another factor of verification besides a password, allows you to have an extended layer of security.
Why everyone should know how a URL is structured - HTTPS, Typosquatting and Open redirects
Awareness of how a URL is structured could help you be secure when faced with certain malicious situations, like phishing. There are bad actors out there trying to scam you into clicking fake/malicious URLs/links.
So, what's the big deal with passwords?
Passwords are the most common and fundamental means of authentication in most services on the internet. You provide your password,