The 10 Largest Data Breaches and Leaks: Overview, Impact and Settlements
Today, every company holds some sensitive information that can be of value to malicious actors. To say that we now see cyber attacks and data breaches happen routinely would be an understatement. We’re hit almost weekly with news about attacks crippling entire fuel pipelines, exposing government and largest-enterprise networks to attackers, and personal information belonging to billions of people all around the world put up for sale on the dark web.
Top 5 Password Managers to Keep Your Accounts Safe
Most of us have a number of online accounts, and often fall into a rut of reusing the same password for some, if not all, of them. Convenience aside, having a strong password provides critical protection from cyber attacks—as one of the most common ways hackers break into systems is by merely guessing at passwords.
Top 5 Private Search Engines
There are some things we keep doing, even when we know they’re bad for us. We all know we shouldn’t eat a lot of fast food or live lazy, couch-ridden lives; we all know how bad smoking is, and how miserable we feel the next day when we stay up all night…and yet, we still succumb to those bad habits we just can’t resist.
Two-Factor Authentication vs. Multi-Factor Authentication: Differences Explained
The number of people who rely on weak passwords such as “Password1234” has long been worrisome, so it’s no surprise that stolen credentials are one of the most common causes of data breaches. Even a more complex password can’t guarantee safety from cyber attacks.
The Top 5 DNS Servers for Improving Online Privacy & Security
The Domain Name System is one of the most significant internet services in use, allowing us to see content, send emails and even access our social media. Without DNS we simply wouldn’t be able to browse the internet. And DNS servers are the ones that help us resolve hostnames into IP addresses and manage and process DNS requests from clients.
Firefox DNS over SSL and Cloudflare public resolvers: What you need to know
The net neutrality is dead. It is sad, but true. With this new regulation, ISPs are able to manage customer traffic as they like, and this has raised many questions and concerns over users privacy in the past months.
Exploring the complete list of Cloudflare public DNS domains
We all know Cloudflare proxy services are rock solid products, but thanks to the way DNS servers and Internet protocols work, they are not as anonymous as most people think.
Popular Domain Privacy Guard Email Address Schemes
Domain Privacy guard email services can be used to hide the real identity of the domain owner, along with the email address and other contact information. Here we take look into the different strategies for guarding your identity.
Finding the IP address of a website behind Cloudflare
Cloudflare and other reverse proxy services can make websites faster and safer. One of the benefits of these services is that they add a layer of anonymity to mask a website's hosting provider and other details.