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Pros and Cons of USB Flash Drives

Data storage has come a long way. Before computers were accessible and affordable to the general public, people would have to travel with bulky books and piles of notes for work and personal projects. When computers became more widely used, data storage graduated to being digital, as

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Ways to Check If You’re Visiting a Safe Site

We spend so much time on the Internet today shopping, filling out forms, and paying bills. After a while, all of these sites start to look the same. Since they all look the same, many of us figure that as long as nothing looks out of the

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Keep Your Children Safe Online With Parental Control Apps

Well before the surge of smartphones and mobile apps, and even before the age of the Internet in the nineties, keeping your children safe was a major responsibility, but it was pretty straightforward compared to how it is now. Back in the day, you told your children

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Which Image File Format Should I Use, and When Should I Use It?

Whether you’re a website developer or an everyday person who occasionally uploads and shares pictures or makes scrapbook graphics, at some point, you’ve been presented with the task of having to save an image in some type of file format of your choosing. The issue is that

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What is Spyware and How Can I Prevent It?

There are eyes everywhere. Between the security cameras that businesses set up around their locations and virtually everyone having a camera phone, every person out in the public is on display in some way, shape, or form. Whether it’s in a grocery store or on a random

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What is Open-Source Software?

With the never-ending releases of web applications and tools like Internet browsers, browser add-ons, and file-sharing systems, you may have heard the term “open source” get tossed around a lot. But what exactly does open source mean, and how does it compare to another popular term, “freeware”?

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What is a Corrupted File?

At some point or another, every computer user has tried opening up a file on his device only to see a message that says “The file you are trying to access is unavailable or has been corrupted.” This may understandably alarm some users, as a “corrupted file”

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What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence, or AI, has long been portrayed in entertainment like films and television shows as human-like robots that are either serving humans or taking over the world. Those portrayals, however, are actually over-generalizations that fail to show the many facets and forms of artificial intelligence that

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Moving Up: How to Become an Intermediate SOC Analyst

Moving Up: How to Become an Intermediate SOC Analyst

If you’ve worked as an entry-level SOC Analyst, you’ve likely performed many of the following tasks in this jack-of-all-trades cyber position: Provide threat analysis and security logs for security devices Analyze and respond to hardware and software weaknesses and vulnerabilities Investigate, document, and report security problems and emerging

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