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Preeti Seth

A tech enthusiast who started her career as a technical support agent understands the importance of problem-solving. Being in the IT industry for almost 12 years she has a vision to help people with troubleshooting. She specializes in curating articles about the latest update in the tech world. In her free time, she loves reading mystery, sci-fi books, and travelling.

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Ransomware - 2017-06-07

Japan Cops Arrest 14-Year-Old for Creating Ransomware

Ransomware is on the rise with the spread of various virtual currencies. It has been around for a few years, but recently it has become a major cyber threat for users across the world. The WannaCry ransomware which wreaked havoc worldwide last month, has made people wary about cyber security. Japanese police arrests 14-year-old ransomware…

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Ransomware - 2017-06-07

Various Ways To Protect Your PC Against Ransomware

The risk of malware attack may be inescapable, but this doesn’t mean that you sit with folded hands. You can take some measures to protect your Windows computers from attack. Here are few tips that will help minimize the risk of attack. Computers have been around for more than a decade and have become an…

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Ransomware - 2017-06-13

Techniques To Protect Your Mac Against Ransomware Attack

Unfortunately, we can no longer say that Mac systems are completely safe from malware attacks. Mac computers are preferred over Windows as it is believed that OS X doesn’t have a lot of malware to worry about. But this is not completely true as Mac malware do exist but they aren’t as plentiful as Windows…

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Tech News - 2017-06-14

Chinese Adware ‘Fireball’ Is More Crafty Than You Think

After last month’s WannaCry mayhem, a new strain of Chinese browser-hijacking malware named Fireball is infecting systems at random. It has already affected 250 million systems. Classified as an adware, its modus operandi is standard: Fireball disguises itself within bundled programs/software and installs itself stealthily without the users’ knowledge. Once installed, it pushes unsuspecting users to specific web…

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Tech News, Web Browser - 2017-06-01

New Security Vulnerability Detected In Chrome

Imagine if someday we got to know that our web browser is recording all what we say without our knowledge? It was really scary to discover such a thing. And the strange thing about this is that it’s actually possible. A UX design bug in the Google’s Chrome browser allows malicious websites to record audio…

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Tips & Tricks - 2017-05-31

How To Remotely Access Any Machine Using Chrome

Many times we feel the need to access PC remotely to help a friend or for some other purpose. To do so, there are plenty of setups and options available, one can use Team Viewer or VNC for this purpose. But these applications are not trusted by antivirus software or windows firewall as they’re considered…

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Tips & Tricks - 2017-05-31

How to Declutter Your Facebook News Feed

Managing News Feed section got a whole lot easier Everyone will agree that Facebook has become an indispensable part of our lives. It is the first thing we like to check and imagining our life without it impossible. But useless posts makes the experience worthless. If there is no relevant or interesting content, then what…

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