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Other Dating Sites Targeted By Hackers

It seems that when the recent, massive hack of Ashley Madison exposed how weak security was on that site, hackers were motivated to take a closer look at online dating sites in general. What they and online security experts are finding is that most online dating sites are highly vulnerable to attack.     PlentyOfFish […]

Microsoft’s Free Youthspark Program Teaches Kids AND Adults Online Safety

If you’re feeling less than confident about helping your kids stay safe online, you’re not alone. Kids today are often much more tech-savvy than their parents, but that doesn’t mean they’re doing all they should to protect themselves on the internet. From the youngest kids all the way up to the octogenarians, most consumers could […]

Verizon Is Selling Off Its Fios and Landline Business

*SIGH* I’ve been a happy Verizon Fios customer for many years and have recommended it to others repeatedly during those years, but things are about to change.   Meet The New Boss Verizon has been slowly, quietly getting out of the broadband, video streaming and landline business bit by bit, and the states that are […]

Facebookery: Expansion Of Facebook Trending News Feature

You may have been hearing about Facebook’s ambition to become your one-stop web destination, for everything from socializing to shopping. News is one subject people have not traditionally looked for on Facebook, but the recent expansion of the Trending News feature is intended to change that.   Trending: It’s No Longer Just About Gossip & […]

Tech Pros’ 3 Most Important Online Security Precautions Are Easy…And You’re Probably Not Taking Them

The 2015 Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security conducted a study of both experts (people with a minimum of 5 years’ experience working as a tech professional) and non-experts in the most important things they do to stay safe online, and the results are pretty surprising.   Not only are the pros taking precautions most […]