While you’re probably used to your phone’s caller ID letting you know who’s calling, you may have recently seen a strange “scam likely” message in its place instead. Who is “scam likely,” why are you seeing this, and what should you do? Let’s look at the “scam likely” situation so you can understand it fully.
You probably know that your online security is important. But are you using the right tools? Various online attacks target computers every minute of the day, and while standard antivirus tools are good, they’re not designed to cover every base. The following free security tools will help you to improve your system and network security.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey once said that they’ll support VR on the Mac “as soon as Apple releases a good computer.” It should come as no surprise then that when Industrial Light and Magic took to the stage at the June 2017 developer’s conference to demonstrate the VR capabilities of new Macs, they did so
In an attempt at “fostering a safer, kinder community,” Instagram will now censor sensitive content. This isn’t Instagram changing its definition of banned content, but is instead an attempt at shielding sensitive eyes from seeing sensitive content. Instagram has always had a simple policy when it comes to what is and isn’t allowed on its
You’ve heard it all before and you’re probably sick of it. Password safety is an oft-drilled topic that easily enters one ear and oozes out the other, but we can’t emphasize this enough: settling for a weak password is like leaving all of your doors unlocked. Just because you’ve never been robbed before doesn’t mean
We all think we have more privacy than we really do. We take privacy for granted in two ways: either by believing that people are more benevolent than they really are, or by believing that privacy breaches “could never happen to me“. But these things always blindside you, partly because they come from the places you