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How to View Saved WiFi Password in Windows

To see the WiFi password on your Windows PC, you need to ensure that you are connected to the WiFi network or have recently connected with the WiFi network. Provided that this is true, then, go to bottom right corner of your window PC right-click on the WiFi symbol in the framework plate and pick Open Network and Sharing Center. ...

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What is a Virus?

A computer virus is a program that replicates itself by copying itself to another program. In other words, computer virus replicates or spreads by copying itself into other executable programs or documents. Computer virus is created to first infect then get access and control a computer to steal user important data. Viruses are designed by hackers with a venomous intent ...

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How To Prevent Malware

Strong Password Don’t try using the same password, especially on your bank account. Typically, internet surfers use one email address, one username for all other accounts on websites. These are easy to see and steal. If eventually you use one password for everything or different accounts and gets noticed, then it takes only seconds to hack your account. So a ...

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What is Malware

Malware is a software that causes harm to individual computers or an organization network.  it is a written program with the intention of causing harm to Computers, Phones, and other portable devices. Software developers are responsible for the creation of malware with the intention of gaining access to locked away documents. Are all Malware Dangerous Yes! All Malware are considered ...

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How Do I Remove My Information From The Internet

How do I remove my information from the internet? Especially with modern issues on online privacy and government monitoring information has become a major concern for users. From Social media to expert portfolio and shopping accounts the society is deeply into the internet. The internet is inescapable as it plays a great role in our daily activities. For every activity ...

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Why You Need a Password Manager

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A great number of Internet users utilize passwords that are extremely weak, and even worse, they reuse them on numerous websites. But how can you have strong passwords that are unique on every one of these sites? The appropriate response is “use a password manager.” Password Manager can keep the login information for the sites you visit securely stored and ...

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Turning Off Windows UAC Can Cause Problem In Computers

Among the several problems encountered in the use of computers, turning the User Account Control (UAC) off in windows operating system or bringing it to the lowest point can lead to some problems. Windows UAC which usually pops up whenever a program installation attempt is being made in a PC also serves as an alert for user privilege. An administrative ...

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Firefox: Website Content will Require Your Approval to Display Flash Content by 2017

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By Year 2017, Mozilla Firefox will require a “click-to-activate approval” from you before you can trigger Flash-enabled videos and other Display material on a website, Mozilla engineering manager Ben Smedberg said in a short article. This means that flash content material will remain inactive unless you simply click a link or icon that says: “Activate Adobe flash player.” You can ...

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How to tell if your Android phone has the HummingBad malware

Bad news: a malicious app has taken hold of about 10 million Android phones around the world, and it’s creepy. Security specialist Check Point says the software, called HummingBad, can take root in your phone, collecting your personal data and making it act like you’ve clicked on ads that you haven’t. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to see ...

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