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pwarren
2 days ago

Once website have fixed the vulnerability, will there be any ongoing problems as a result of the Heartbleed bug?

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Aryton
1 week ago

How can I make a folder invisible on Mac OS X? I’m planning a surprise vacation for my girlfriend this summer, and I don’t want her to stumble onto it while...

Tags: mac, OS X, privacy |
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ehtan
2 weeks ago

I checked my Google account activity using the link at the bottom right of Gmail (saw this on an ITworld question last week, incidentally), and under “...

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owen
2 weeks ago

Is there a way to encrypt files stored on Google Drive?

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aiden
3 weeks ago

I may be paranoid, but like the old saying, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean that they aren't watching you.

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catamount
3 weeks ago

Microsoft apparently went through the hotmail account of the blogger who posted leaked Windows code to find the source of the leak. Can they just do this?...

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penelope
3 weeks ago

I'm reading through an earlier question posted here and now am wondering if there's a way to tell if my company is monitoring my...

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stephenb
8 weeks ago

Whenever an Android app is installed, you get the butcher’s bill for all the services that you have to allow it to have access to in return for being able...

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jhotz
10 weeks ago

I understand that Snapchat is supposed to be a way to exchange private photos that self-destruct after a short period of time. Key words...

Tags: privacy, snapchat |
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bralphye
16 weeks ago

I don’t like the idea of having everything I do online being watched and stored, but I’m not really comfortable using TOR. It’s confusing and I’m afraid I...

Tags: privacy, Tor |
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