Rootkit is one of the nastiest malware you don’t want to get hit by in the first place. Because once you do and got it installed on your system, it becomes possible to hide the intrusion while still maintaining the
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If you are still using a decade old WinRAR to handle your compressed files you should really ask yourself why? If you aren’t, good for you. PeaZip is new modern ZIP utility with a slick UI for Windows and Linux.
If you are using Gmail in Google Chrome, here is a Chrome extension that is going to make your daily email messages super secure with strong encryption at the time you press that Send button. Secure Gmail is an encryption tool
Dropbox is awesome but as much as I am enjoying it on daily basis, I’ve also grown more and more concern about the data security and how safe our data is in other’s hand. The ultimate solution is to encrypt
Drivers are the small program acting like a middleware between hardware and operating system that helps the parts of your computer communicate well with each other. Without them running properly, you won’t have a working computer for you. It’s an
When logging into a website you usually start by submitting your username and password to the site. The server that powers that website then checks them to see if there is a matching account, and replies back with a “cookie”
LastActivityView is another cool free portable system utility from NirSoft. What it does is to collect information from various sources from your Windows system and to display a log of actions happened on your computer. If the information is never