Google owns a lot of information. It is possible to download all your data associated with Google and its affiliated products. Google Takeout gives you the chance to download all your data stored in Google’s servers. By all data, I mean the following – Yes, it archives ALL YOUR data on Google. All you need … Continue reading Google Takeout – Backup your Google Account
What is WannaCry Malware or Ransomware? The WannaCry ransomware has made news already. More than 150 countries have been affected so far and the infection is probably only the beginning. If you have been wondering what it is and how to protect yourself, please read on. What is ransomware? Ransomware is a type of software … Continue reading WannaCry Ransomware-how to protect yourself
Anti virus software have been here almost ever since the computers and especially the internet came into vogue. The first anti virus software were those that helped prevent an infection from floppy drives. Remember those 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch disks? This brings in one of the oldest questions that have always accompanied the security … Continue reading No Third Party Anti Virus Software Required – Are they becoming obsolete?
Here’s why you should never save passwords in your Browsers – they are unsafe and easy to hack into. Guess what? The tools that broke their encryption algorithm a million years can still do the job today and pretty well. Let me show you how. Just Never Save Passwords in Browsers For example, take me, … Continue reading Never save passwords in your Browsers
Koding is one of my favorite platforms to test code remotely. It helps me to save the installation charges and hassle on my local machine. Best is its free. WPScan is a very useful tool for testing the security of your WordPress installation. Some of the features including the following: i. Brute force attacks on … Continue reading Test Security of WordPress site with WPScan on Koding