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Every website lives at a numerical IP address. Your Domain Name Server, or DNS, translates these numerical IP addresses into readable domain names (like google.com or facebook.com) we all know and remember. If your DNS settings are not working correctly, or you’re still using defaults, you may be at risk for cybercrime and performance issues.
Quad9 is a free security solution that uses DNS to protect your system against the most common cyber threats. It improves your system’s performance, plus, it preserves and protects your privacy. It’s like an immunization for your computer. See the Quad9 website for more information >>
Whether you're concerned about your online privacy or just tired of constant status updates, there are plenty of reasons why you might want to delete our Facebook account. This article will show you it is not as hard as you might think.
You have likely heard how important it is to protect your privacy and the information you share online. To demonstrate this, use the following article to guide you on how to research yourself and discover what information is publicly known about you.
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Many people proudly declare they avoid using the web to manage various accounts tied to their personal and financial data. The reasoning behind this strategy is as simple as it is alluring: What’s not put online can’t be hacked. But increasingly, adherents to this mantra are finding out the hard way that if you don’t plant your flag online, fraudsters and identity thieves may do it for you. KrebsonSecurity tells you how to 'Plant Your Flag, Mark Your Territory" >>
Many people mistakenly believe they are not a target for cyber attackers: that they, their systems, or accounts do not have any value. This could not be further from the truth. This newsletter covers why you are a target and misconceptions you may have.