Category Archives: Security

Save money – Have the Kenyan Road Minister pay your TV Licence!

Last month, we looked some of the basic information you need to help unravel whether a website is legitimate or not. I thought this month I’d share a few emails I’ve received, with some tips on how to spot the dodgy ones. Although old-fashioned viruses still exist, the majority of threats to your computer, phone […]

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Passwords and security (part three)

I’ve got nothing against country dancing. Over the past couple of months, I looked at why it’s important to use a different password on every website and why a long one is better than a short one. I’ve also mentioned the importance of keeping contact information up to date, to make it easier to reset […]

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Passwords and Security Part 2

Last month, we looked at why it’s important to use a different password on every website and your homework was to sort out all those post-its and get your existing passwords organised in an address book – A for Amazon, G for Gmail but not everything under C for Computer… So let’s look at what […]

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Good News!

Researchers have discovered the biggest security threat to your online activities. Bad news: it’s you. When they think about ‘hackers’, most people imagine Igor in Russia, banging away at his keyboard and trying to guess what their password might be. The reality is very different. When you first sign up to a website, you’re asked […]

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