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Future Watch VI: Passwords are on their way out due to their vulnerability

 December 6, 2012

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Every individual who is active on the Internet has a secret to protect. This secret is usually just a few characters long and is commonly known as the password. But how effective can a password really be? Passwords are a 20th century creation that were effective back when there was...

The amazing features that Quick Heal PCTuner brings to the table

 December 4, 2012

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

Just like a vehicle regularly needs servicing in order to function smoothly, a computer requires maintenance and care to perform at its best. Several factors and invalid files slow a PC down and negatively influence system performance, so it is imperative to clean this clutter from time to time. Doing...

Syria Internet shutdown: The Internet ‘Kill Switch’ exists

 November 30, 2012

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Can a country shutdown the Internet for its citizens with a simple kill switch? There have been many debates about this in the past and it seems that the answer is a resounding ‘yes’. Further proof of this surfaced yesterday with news that the Syrian Government shutdown complete Internet access...

Surfing the Internet the secure way with browser sandbox

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 November 1, 2011

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

PC’s today are mostly victims of infections caused by visiting infected websites that drop malware codes. Even though we have website reputation checks implemented by all anti-malware software, there is always a slight chance that the user may visit a newly infected website that has not yet been classified as...