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A virtual credit card is a temporary card number issued through your existing account. So when is it a good idea, and how do you go about it?

RFID is not new, but its inclusion in many parts of our daily lives is. What is RFID, and is it a concern?

Credential stuffing attacks make up a huge percentage of overall login attempts. What are they, and how can you render them powerless?

Have you patched your router lately? ZuoRAT is a sneaky malware that targets small office/home office routers that haven’t been patched.

Protecting your Wi-Fi network at home or at your organization begins with the basics: Changing your router’s default settings.

Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) allows a device to auto-connect to your network and other devices. Are you trading control for convenience?

Human errors can help hackers get around your MFA. These 4 habits can strengthen your MFA instead of helping the bad guys.

Your Wi-Fi router is the entry point to your network. Consider five key points that will affect which device is right for you.

Vulnerability scanners search for security gaps within 15 minutes of the vulnerability being make public. You can reduce your risk.

Much of our daily lives is now touched by smart devices. So how do we make using them both convenient and safe?

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