Tag: Online

New online community helps developers contribute to open source projects

Code visibility platform CodeSee is launching a new online community for developers of all skill levels to help them learn, contribute, explore, and connect across the globe. Open Source Hub (OSH) provides developers tools to onboard and understand the massive…

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Get Avast BreachGuard 2022 for as little as $5 to protect yourself from online breaches

It’s almost inevitable that at least one of your online accounts has been hacked in the past, and while you can manually check for such breaches using websites like Have I Been Pwned, keeping on top of new breaches (never…

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Consumers want digital identity verification from online brands

Providing a digital identity to create an online account or complete a transaction is becoming more commonplace globally and consumers are now expecting this as part of their engagement with a business. Research carried out by Opinium for Jumio surveyed…

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How you can take back control of your online data [Q&A]

If you use the internet then it’s certain that some organization somewhere is storing data about you. Indeed research shows that people are happy to share information in exchange for a better consumer experience. However, that data is still yours,…

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Brits have more online accounts but stick with the same old passwords

Since the start of the pandemic, the number of online accounts Britons now have has almost doubled — going up from 18 to 32, but their password habits haven’t improved. New research from F-Secure ahead of Thursday’s World Password Day…

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Why networking technologies remain at the heart of online security [Q&A]

Networks and the internet are reliant on domain name servers, dynamic host control protocol, and IP address management. These three technologies — grouped together as DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) — are central to the way things work but that also…

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Kamo 4 adds VPN technology to block more online snoopers

Piriform Software, best-known for its CCleaner cleaning product for PCs and Macs, has released Kamo 4.0, a major new update to its Windows privacy tool. Kamo 4.0, which blocks online trackers through a range of tools built into a single…

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HBO Max scores a hot box office movie for early online streaming

Over the past couple of years, we’ve grown used to movies going straight to streaming. It was necessary during the height of the pandemic because theaters were closed and there were films already produced and ready to go. With the…

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Outsmarting the new generation of online fraudsters [Q&A]

Millions of dollars are lost to online scams each year and the fraudsters are getting ever more sophisticated in the targeting of their attacks. Much of today’s fraud is executed using information about the consumer’s habits and personal details, usually…

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Online PDF editor and converter Smallpdf buys PDF Tools for $30 million

Smallpdf, the online PDF editing and management toolbox, has announced that it is acquiring document processing technology provider PDF Tools for $30 million. Both companies are based in Switzerland and have a history of working together — PDF Tools products…

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