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1/10 signs you should invest in your personal cyber security: Unauthorized expenses

You see in your account (debit or credit) an amount of money spent that you can’t explain If you see an in your bank account listing an amount which you know you didn’t spend nor authorized, no matter how small… Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1toAN0s via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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Halloween special: 10 signs you should invest in your personal cyber security

Today is the October 31st and it is Halloween in the USA and some European countries.   What is special for this holiday is that people try to scare other people with horror costumes. Well, I don’t have costumes, but… Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1wjEln3 via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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October is Cyber Security Awareness Month – Tips to improve your security

October is the Cybersecurity Awareness month. Awareness is the key to help others to not fall for the most scams. Here is a short list with tips to help you not fall prey to the online predators. A lot more like this is available in the free eBook: Improve your Security   ### Never open attachments from an email. Email was not invented for sending files and definitely not programs or archives with programs in them. Also pictures in emails are pretty deceiving because they might mask malicious actions. ### Don’t respond to unsolicited emails. If you receive an automated…


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Tips to secure your photos (including those with you naked)

You probably have heard by now that about 100 VIP iCloud accounts were hacked and photos with these persons naked were disclosed in various forums. I guess that by now it is quite needless to say that the best way… Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1AWOmFO via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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Security checklist for “Back to school”

The summer closes to end soon and we know that the next thing to happen is: children go back to school. Parents are always concerned (for good reasons) for what and how their children will do, and since a couple of years they have other concerns. Their children have smartphones, multiple online identities – parents are worrying about the security of these physical and digital assets. Thinking of this, I created this checklist which parents and children (and not only) can easily go through and  easily improve their security. Mobile devices –          Password/PIN protect your laptop, smartphone, tablet For laptops,…


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“Improve your Security” eBooks bundle

Hello dear readers, I finally found the time to optimize a bit the reading experience of the book. In order to allow everyone to quickly find what they are interested in, I split the book in topics and create individual… Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1kD4gTD via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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Myth: I am invisible if I use ‘incognito’, ‘private’ or ‘guest’ browsing

Alternatively referred to as Private Browsing, InPrivate Browsing, and Private Window and informally as porn mode, Incognito is a mode that prevents some type of information from being stored locally. Pages you view in incognito tabs won’t stick around in your browser’s history, cookie store, or… Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1oCsoW5 via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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500 readers of the “Improve Your Security” eBook

Thank you for your trust and interest in the book. For those of you who didn’t download the free eBook already, please have a look here: http://ift.tt/1rLpZcw Help me spread the word about this book: http://ift.tt/1rLq1Bg Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1rLpZcA via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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Myth: hiding your wireless network’s name improves its security

Many think that what is not visible to an attacker is not going to be attacked. While this might be true for physical security, it doesn’t apply to cyber security. Security experts name this approach “security to obscurity” because it… Read more → from Improve Your Security http://ift.tt/1xXIzju via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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Improve your security: Review of the “Improve your Security” in the Virus Bulletin magazine

David Harley, published Don’t Forget to Write in February 2014 in the Virus Bulletin magazine. Because the copyright is held by Virus Bulletin Ltd, the article is made available on his site for personal use free of charge by permission of Virus Bulletin. You can download it from here: http://geekpeninsula.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/dharley-feb2014.pdf   via improve-your-security.org Get the free eBook from here


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