The NSA tracks Angry Birds, trains children to hack, and creates a society of surveillance. Parents creep along their kids' social media. What does the future hold?
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January 28, 2014 |
January 17, 2014 |
President Obama's speech on Internet security and the NSA was meant to offer hope in these dark times. It didn't change much. See our David Michaelis' thoughts here.
January 8, 2014 |
aNewDomain.net — Anyone who uses email today is a prime candidate for theft. That’s a fact. You’ve got to take precautions to avoid anything bad happening to you or your email. Here are some ideas. Take me, for example. One day I started getting a whole slew of direct messages from my friends on Twitter. […]
December 4, 2013 |
Social engineering can be a scary thing. Our Lamont Wood poses five incredibly-likely scenarios in this first-person security piece.
October 16, 2013 |
Bitcoin, the wildly exciting digital currency, has some key security loopholes. Read on to find out how to keep your Bitcoins safe.
August 23, 2013 |
Sandy Berger reviews our Freeware Friday app pick Dashlane, a simple security program that helps maintain all the passwords you use on the Internet.
August 2, 2013 |
Protecting your privacy online is gold these days. Mat Lee reviews Cryptocat, a plugin that can help keep your data and communications safe.
July 2, 2013 |
Cassandra Chin looks at UniKey, a new smartphone-based locking system that competes in the home automation security market.
June 11, 2013 |
There are tradeoffs for 100 percent security, according to President Obama. The biggest issue with PRISM is that no one ever asked Americans whether they were willing to give a way their privacy and data. It's a false paradox, says our political columnist David Michaelis. And it's a false paradox. Read more here ...
June 3, 2013 |
Everything you thought you knew but maybe didn't consider about out of band two-factor authentication. It's Yet Another Tech Show. And it rocks. Hosted by our Mat Lee, its home is here at aNewDomain.net.