Logging In With A USB Key (U2F Explained) by Techquickie www.youtube.com VIDEO
Flash storage: A cheat sheet By James Sanders, www.techrepublic.com
With over a dozen form factors, knowing what the best flash memory card and SSD technology is available can be daunting.
Flash memory is an electronic, non-volatile data storage medium that is erased and reprogrammed electrically. It is the basis of a variety of storage products for differing use cases, form factors, and speed or performance requirements.
Change your Facebook password now! By Paul Ducklin, nakedsecurity.sophos.com
Facebook has just admitted that it has found many places – hundreds of millions of places, maybe – where it saved users’ passwords to disk in raw, unencrypted form.
Google Password Manager: 7 Things You Must Know By Dan Price, www.makeuseof.com
A password manager is the perfect way to create secure, unique passwords that can be controlled centrally. Google Chrome has one built-in, potentially saving you the need for third-party software.
Privacy.com Review By Ash The Great, echeck.org
When you pay for something online, you are putting your financial and personal details at risk. No matter which form of payment you use, there is always a risk, and there is no way for you (the consumer) to know just how big or small the risk is. The sheer number of massive hacks and leaks over the last ten years is proof enough that we have no idea how safe our payment information really is. Privacy.com adds another layer of privacy. Every time you use your credit card, it generates a brand new set of details, and you use the new details to pay instead of your real payment details. It is like paying with a disposable credit card. Privacy.com allows you to generate new payment details that you can use to buy things online, and they call it, “Creating a virtual credit card.”
How to Insert Hyperlinks in Images in Gmail By Marshall Gunnell, www.howtogeek.com
Adding hyperlinks is an efficient way of getting your reader to the intended web page. Though it’s no secret that you can add hyperlinks to text, Gmail also lets you add hyperlinks to images in the body of the email. Here’s how to make it happen.
Google Smart Lock: The complete guide By Jr Raphael, www.computerworld.com
Think fast: How many times a day do you pick up your phone to look at something? Unless you live in the tundra or have far more self-control than most, the answer probably falls somewhere between "quite a few" and "more than any sane person could count." Assuming you keep your device properly secured, that means you're doing an awful lot of unlocking — be it with your face, your fingerprint, or the code you tap or swipe onto your screen.
10 Important Android Settings You Should Know! By Thiojoe, youtube.com VIDEO
Android is an extremely popular mobile OS, and I actually think most of you use it. So here are some important settings that you should know about if you don't already. They aren't hidden settings, so don't be surprised if you do know some. They aren't settings you should necessarily change, because most of these come down to preference.
13 Android Settings You Should Change Now! by ThioJoe youtube.com VIDEO
Those default settings are no good! Here's what to change… — Android has a lot of default settings that might be OK for most people, but there are some that really everyone should change. These might be settings related to privacy, security, or just plain convenience.