security

anonymity

What Is Surfshark?

Surfshark, the company that released its first VPN in 2018, prides itself on being one of the most advanced VPN services in the world. Surfshark promises you one of the most modern services on the market, and that is it. It is the first and only VPN service with a full-fledged – still young –

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accounts

What Is Social Engineering?

Social engineering (CSO) is to gain access to a building, system, or data by exploiting human weaknesses rather than using technical hacking techniques. IT attacks that exploit human psychology can be classified as “social engineering” attacks. The definition of social engineering in IT security is therefore an attack that requires human interaction and manipulation to

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brokers

What Is The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ?

You must register with the SEC before you can sell securities offered in interstate trading by mail or over the Internet to investors. You must also register at least two years before the offering of securities to conduct your business. All securities offered for intergovernmental trading by mail and / or the Internet must be

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asstes

What Is A Trust Fund Baby?

Most often you will see parents setting up trust funds for their children, but this knowledge is not so commonplace. For example, you can set up the following points: A trust fund that you can use for retirement, or a pension fund for your children. When you think of a baby from a trust fund,

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android

What Is Firefox?

The Firefox web browser is designed to be fast, easy to use, easy to customize and private, with an emphasis on privacy, security and ease of use. The Firefox browser is the only major browser supported by a not-for-profit company that does not sell your personal information to advertisers or sell it to advertisers to

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ATM

What Is Shoulder Surfing?

Shoulder surfing at ATMs is a form of social engineering that allows cyber criminals to access users’ personal information such as passwords, credit card numbers and bank account information. Shoulder surfing does not require technical skills, but the ability to closely observe users typing patterns and the environment around ATMs. Criminals also use eye-tracking technology

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