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Decisions decisions. As we all continue to work from home, a virtual private network (VPN) should certainly be a tool we have available for secure communications. As I’ve mentioned before, not all VPNs are created equal. Two of the more well-known and popular VPNs are ExpressVPN and NordVPN. CNET posted a comparison of the two VPNs for your decision making pleasure. NordVPN is a powerful tool with a zero-log policy, encryption utilizing RAM-disk mode, ability…
No kidding. This time Google will actually delete items that are deleted. According to a report by Android Police, Google will automatically delete any file in the trash folder that has been there for 30 days. Apparently, deleted didn’t previously mean deleted. Google will change that starting on October 13th when the automatic deletion will take effect. Administrators for G Suite users get a little more flexibility and can recover items for active users for…
Google Street View is a great tool to help you find your destination by showing you what the area looks like from the ground level. That’s great for recognizing businesses if you are not familiar with the area. As a privacy protection measure, you may not want your house to be visible in Street View. Lifehacker has instructions for how to blur your home from Google Street View. Your intention may be to prevent digital…
The latest and greatest Wi-Fi spec is Wi-Fi 6. We’ve seen a few devices being sold over the last several months, but there’s about to be a big splash to the market with the next release of eero. According to a post on Zatz’s Not Funny, a new filing with the FCC identifies the specifications for a Wi-Fi 6 version of eero. As the post quotes “The Model N010001 and Q010001, eero 6 and eero…
Moving to the cloud? Make sure you pay attention to adequately securing the environment. The vast majority of cloud data breaches occur from misconfigurations done by customers and not by the cloud provider. In other words, it is the cloud customers that shoot themselves in the foot. CSO Online posted ten of the most common cloud security mistakes. Unsecured storage containers Lack of applications protection Trusting SMS MFA to secure an account – or having…