Check if you’re affected by Cloudbleed

Cloudbleed is a bug, which potentially compromise sensitive data on thousands of websites that use Cloudflare technology. If you’re worried by this security flaw, you can check if you’ve been put at risk by using a new add-on called CloudBleed, which is now available for Mozilla Firefox (bit.ly/cloudfire419) and Google Chrome (bit.ly/cloudchrome419). It scans for the last 30 days of your browsing history.You can go back further if you...

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How To Easily Update Drivers In Windows PC
Aug24

How To Easily Update Drivers In Windows PC

For the efficient working of your PC’s hardware computer, you must ensure that whether your Windows Drivers are updated to their latest versions or not. You can visit manufacturer’s website to download latest versions if you have to face any problem. You have to keep the latest version and have to find it and download it from the official site. But this process is quite tough and that is why we are here to overcome this situation and...

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How to Send Blocked or Unsupported files via gmail
May06

How to Send Blocked or Unsupported files via gmail

As a security measure to prevent potential viruses, Gmail doesn’t allow you to send or receive files with following extensions : “ade”, “adp”, “bat”, “chm”, “cmd”, “com”, “cpl”, “exe”, “hta”, “ins”, “isp”, “jse”, “lib”, “mde”, “msc”, “msp”,...

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Secure browsing 101 : Top Ways you can protect your browser from attacks
May02

Secure browsing 101 : Top Ways you can protect your browser from attacks

Aside from simply tricking you into downloading and running malicious software, attackers mainly target flaws in your browser and its plug-ins to compromise your PC. While it is impossible to guarantee complete protection from cyber threats, following these tips will greatly increase the security of your web browser. Keep Your Browser Updated: Use a current web browser and keep automatic updates enabled. Don’t use an outdated web...

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How to Tell If You Have the 32-bit or 64-Bit Version of Google Chrome
Apr13

How to Tell If You Have the 32-bit or 64-Bit Version of Google Chrome

Google Chrome is extremely popular, but did you know that they also have a 64-bit version of the browser these days? Here’s how to tell which version you are running, and how to switch if you aren’t. Even if you are a hardcore chrome user or a browsing freak, it doesn’t matter you can still be confused about what version of chrome you’re using. You might think why knowing the version of chrome we’re using?How does it...

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How to Find and Remove Duplicate Files on Windows
Apr08

How to Find and Remove Duplicate Files on Windows

Duplicate files reduce precious space on your computer’s hard drive and especially when you have an SSD and it makes your computer’s backups bigger for no good reason. Here’s how you can free up some disk space. Every program recommended here comes with a clean installer that won’t try to install toolbars and other junkware on your system. It’s annoying, so we spent time finding the good programs. DigitalVolcano’s Duplicate...

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