The Consumer Electronics Show this year was massive.
It’s been reported as one of the best in the last few years, with big and small companies sharing exciting innovations to make our lives easier and more fun.
This statement by an online hacktivist pretty much sums up the ethos of many, who take it as their responsibility to protect the online world from the encroachment of government and big business. It’s what spurs and motivates many hacktivist groups to carry out high profile attacks aimed at embarrassing those in authority and mocking those who claim the Internet as their commercial playground.
BullGuard has teamed up with Get Safe Online a UK-based organisation dedicated to helping people protect themselves online.
The partnership will help promote awareness about online safety issues and the need for consumers and businesses to think carefully about online protection.
Do you sometimes see a listing and wonder whether it’s a scam?
It’s entirely likely it could be, despite eBay’s best efforts otherwise. The feedback system and the safety net of Paypal does not mean eBay is scam-free. Before we delve into how to avoid eBay scams, let’s talk about some ways to identify them.
Valentine’s Day has hackers rubbing their hands in metaphorical glee.
They know the chance of fooling people into clicking on suspicious links or downloading something they shouldn’t, increases by several orders of magnitude as vast numbers head online to make purchases.