The Internet has a Boogey Man (or Slender Man, whoever your wimpy generation fears), and his name is Malware. Here at WOT, we try to keep
Stop me when this sounds familiar – it’s pre-2006, you’ve just sat down at your computer desk, you reach over and turn on your machine
Given that most of us carry our smartphones 24/7, you’d expect them to be secure 100% of the time. You’d be wrong. Security threats to
If you’re old enough to remember Napster, you were around at the pivotal moment when P2P sharing became mainstream. But it didn’t all start then.
Few things are more satisfying than lowering yourself into your computer chair, seeing your favorite game’s loading screen, anticipating the imminent monster slayings, power-ups, and
If you’re wondering why phishing is still a thing, it’s because you and your friends keep falling for it. So stop it. Stop it now.
Remember Tom from Myspace? If you’re too young to remember, he was the automatic first friend for anyone who registered to Myspace. Not only was
The CIA has been at it again. On March 5th, Wikileaks published over 8,700 CIA documents that focus on hacking and surveillance techniques. What’s more,
If you’re using your dog’s name as your email password, keep reading. A weak password can be cracked in under one millisecond by a hacker!
In the final chapter of our tour of the Deep Web, you will learn exactly what the Dark Web is, and how the two are