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THE PARENTAL MONITORING APPLICATIONSAs a parent, how many times have you been driven crazy with envy whenever you watched Harry Potter with your child and have seen the Marauder’s Mao come up on the screen?

How many times have you wished that you could have a map just like that one at your disposal – A map that can give you the ability to see where your children are at any given time?

That whether they are at school or not. Whether if they are in class or not or have they decided to skip their class altogether on that day. Whether they are at the mall or at their friend’s place with their friend or if there are boys involved or vice versa in the situation. Continue reading

Latest security threatsFailing to make digital security and data integrity a paramount concern is a common mistake that could end up costing businesses a great deal.

When it comes to running a successful business data security is essential. Recent reports indicate that as many as 40 percent of companies may have suffered a data breach at some point in the past.

The following four tips offer proven and effective methods for enhancing online security and ensuring sensitive data is able to be kept safe and secure. Continue reading

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It has nothing to do with buggy operation and laggy performance – KillDisk Industrial works like clockwork, helping SMBs with extensive data erasure demands save money and perform a variety of data recycling tasks in a mind-blowingly effective way. Continue reading

How to Make a Wireless Network SecureWith the development of wireless networking people began using Internet on all their mobile devices more and more.

However, although it is great to use internet without the need to use wires and cables, a problem with wireless networks is that other people can connect to your network and use your bandwidth.

The Right Way to Secure Your Network

Making your wireless network more secure is not that difficult. This will stop others steal your bandwidth and at the same time hackers won’t have the chance to access your files or take control over your network or PC. Let’s see what you can do to make your network more secure.

1. Login to the Router

The first thing you have to learn is how to login to the router admin page. In most cases it will be enough to type in the browser’s URL bar, and type the default login details. These can be found in the user’s manual or you can simply search the internet for the default username and password you’re your router model.

2. Change the Default RouterPassword

After you have found the router default IP and username and password, and logged into your router it is recommended to change the router default password. This will greatly improve the security of your network so don’t forget to do this.

3. Change the Network Name or SSID

The Network Name also known as SSID is also predefined in the factory. Therefore it has to be changed. Maybe it won’t boost your wireless security, but you will know to which network you can connect. Just go to the basic Wi-Fi settings after you login to the router and change the SSID from there.

4. Hide your Network Name or SSID

Another security measure you can take is to hide your SSID and make it invisible for others. However, this will not drastically improve the overall security of your network and you may have problems connecting new devices to your network.

5. Select the Right Wireless Network Encryption

If you want to prevent others from connecting to your network you have to protect it with a password.

It is recommended to select WPA2 encryption and add a strong password consisted of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters. You can easily do this once you log into the router settings. Just go to Wireless Settings or Wireless Security and make the necessary changes.

6. MAC Address Filtering

All your devices which can connect to your wireless network have a MAC address. So, to boost your network protection you can use MAC address filtering which means you can add the MAC addresses of your devices so only those devices can connect to the wireless network.

If you want to enable MAC address filtering, you have to write down all the MAC addresses of your devices. After that add these MAC addresses in the router administrative settings.

7. Limit the Wireless Signal Range

Limiting the wireless signal range is very important because if you have a small apartment, the signal will spread outside of your home which means other can connect to your wireless network or if it’s protected they can use some tools to crack your wireless password. Therefore it is recommended to wither change the wireless channel or change the router mode.

It is also wise to place your router somewhere where the signal strength will be affected.

8. Upgrade the Firmware

It is recommended to check the manufacturer’s official website and see whether it has released a firmware update for your router. The current firmware version can be checked when you log into the router settings. Updating the firmware to the latest version will fix some minor bugs in the current router system and hopefully provide some new features for you to use.

Most modern routers today have an option to automatically check for a new firmware version and automatically upgrade it, so let’s hope you are having such router.

9. And Finally Connect to Your Network

If we take all these steps into consideration we can say that if you combine WPA2 encryption with MAC address filtering you can be sure that no one will have a chance to access your wireless network without your permission.

And one more thing – after you finish making all these changes you also have to reconfigure all the devices which were previously connected to the network by selecting the new network name and updating the wireless password. Now your wireless network is more secure and you can be sure that all your hard work will not be wasted. It would be really bad to ignore all these steps and ruin all the hard work and time by ignoring some of these steps.

If someone has messed up your router configuration you will have to reset the router to factory settings which means all the modifications will be lost and you will have to go through all these steps again.

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This means that your social security number, your bank account details or even information about your children could be out there for everyone to see.

It’s important that you keep yourself safe from harmful online predators. Continue reading

Biggest Threats to Your Online StoreHaving an online store is fantastic. You can create an income anytime and your store is easily accessible through the power of the internet.

However, online stores can be a target for hackers and other nuisances that can mean trouble for your business.

If you are worried about your online security, use these tips to identify and stop common threats that can damage your store. Continue reading

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Aside from the fact you can’t actually see where and how your property was tampered with or stolen, the possibility you did your best to secure your systems and still lost data can be unnerving.

So what should you do in the immediate aftermath of a data breach? Continue reading

Microsoft Patch Tuesday – November 2015Microsoft Patch Tuesday – November 2015

November 10, 2015 under the “Patch Tuesday” Microsoft released 12 security bulletins, which correct a total of 49 vulnerabilities in the company’s products. Four of them are critical, the other eight – important.

Critical patches are for flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer, and the new browser Edge, allowing remotely execute code. Continue reading

Data BreachesThe internet is a perfect place for thieves to attacks.

The Target data breach that took place during the 2013 holiday season served to kick off an entire year of major security problems for everyone from retail stores to hospitals.

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that personal data is at risk in nearly every public transaction. Continue reading

internet threatsInternet has always been the most important part of our day to day activities. Internet has become inevitable for every sphere of life, thus creating a space of comfort and saving a lot of time.

When Internet was under the initial phase of development, the designers did not anticipate that the network users would be the source of malware attacks and hence did not think of working on it to protect genuine users from the online frauds.

The vulnerability has become a permanent design flaw that has been found from the day the internet has come into existence. The failure was exploited by the bogus users destroying thousands of systems thereby bringing in a million dollar damage. Internet makers are thus responsible for such a design flaw causing such a vulnerability over the network. Continue reading

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