Andrew Dufresne currently works for IT company and loves everything related to technology, hardware and software. At the same time he loves to write about travelling and likes to provide readers with the life hacks. He paints, likes extreme kind of sports and alpinism which are also could be one of the topics for his articles.

 

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Cyber War: Myth or Reality?

Cyber War: Myth or Reality?

A recent cyber agreement between the US and China has been broken in less than one day after its signing. CrowdStrike, a cyber security company, reported that China is still hacking US companies despite the agreement. The company has detected numerous hacking attacks, which…

Bugs in El Capitan? Wait for 10.11.1

Millions of users are upgrading to Mac OS X El Capitan and many of them are noticing slower Mac performance or bugs. Don’t be in a hurry, read this article first for why you should wait for a more stable version of El Capitan…

Top 3 Free Anti-Theft Apps for Your iPhone and Mac

Free Anti-Theft Phone Apps

If you have avoided anti-theft apps because you had to pay for them, you might want to reconsider. A recent poll showed that 68 percent of phone-theft victims are willing to put themselves in danger to retrieve their lost or stolen phone. Fortunately, you can…

7 Reasons Why Data Protection Is Your Safety Belt

Glassdoor's Top Jobs of 2016: Data Scientists Are on Top

Can’t find extremely important files on your computer? It’s pretty sad of course, but, to say honestly, that’s your fault. You can delete your own files accidentally or leave them exposed to everyone online. Today your information is easy to hack – even if…

What MacKeeper, Bitdefender, and Hello Kitty Have in Common

What MacKeeper, Bitdefender, and Hello Kitty Have in Common

Leakage of sensitive and personal information happens on a weekly basis, and quite a lot of such cases have become very resonate. Most companies try to avoid such expenses as users data protection or just ignore this problem, thinking that no one will access…

5 Tips for Secure Online Shopping During the Holidays

Christmas is coming. Retailers have started aggressive sales tactics via email offers, banner ads, hot calls, and who knows how else? These pre-Christmas sales may hide scam schemes, phishing tactics, and malwaretising. Considering that you’ll likely be online shopping, you must be attentive and…

Hackers Are Getting to You Through Those Online Ads

Hackers Are Getting to You Through Those Online Ads

If you didn’t know, hackers buy advertising traffic on par with ads publishers. And you should think twice before clicking on any of the online ads you see on the Internet. The latest research from The Media Trust shows that video ads have recently…