Famed Hacker Kevin Mitnick Shows You How to Go Invisible Online. If you’re like me, one of the first things you do in the morning is check your email.
And, if you’re like me, you also wonder who else has read your email. That’s not a paranoid concern. If you use a web-based email service such as Gmail or Outlook 365, the answer is kind of obvious and frightening. Even if you delete an email the moment you read it on your computer or mobile phone, that doesn’t necessarily erase the content. There’s still a copy of it somewhere. While most of us may tolerate having our emails scanned for malware, and perhaps some of us tolerate scanning for advertising purposes, the idea of third parties reading our correspondence and acting on specific contents found within specific emails is downright disturbing.
The least you can do is make it much harder for them to do so. Start With Encryption Most web-based email services use encryption when the email is in transit. Most email encryption uses what’s called asymmetrical encryption. About the author. 115 Useful Websites. 12 Useful Websites to Help You Search the Web. By Johnny Webber 1. duckduckgo.com – Search the web anonymously.
8 Convenient Tools For Creating Animated GIFs. The Internet is full of visually compelling content that can quickly capture the attention of any web surfer.
Next to memes and JPEGs, GIFs have been a popular image choice for sharing content across the web. No doubt, you’ve seen one before. An animated GIF image file is one in which several image frames are put together and are played in a loop. They’re constantly being shared on sites like Tumblr and Google Plus for fun and entertainment. But they can also be used for different purposes–think avatars, banner ads, and quick demos. Ever try making an animated GIF yourself? We put together a resource showcasing some of the most popular and convenient GIF tools out there. 1.
A few things about GifMaker earn it the first spot on our list. CloudConvert - convert anything to anything. 50 More of the Most Useful Websites on the... Build Your Own Adobe Creative Suite with Free and Cheap Software. YouTube Video Not Available in Your Country? Watch Blocked Videos. You could be staying in countries US, UK or India but still may not be able to watch all YouTube videos.
This is because YouTube gives content owners an option to restrict videos to certain geographic regions. Learn how to watch blocked YouTube videos that are not available in your country. No, this is not about Internet censorship in countries like China or Pakistan where ISPs frequently block access to sites like YouTube following Government orders. You could be staying in a country like US, UK or India but may not be able to watch every video on YouTube – that’s because the content owners have allowed access to that video only from certain countries or geographic regions. If your computer’s IP address falls outside that geographic region, YouTube will display an error saying “This video is not available in your country” – this message has nothing to do with censorship, it’s the owner of the video clip who could be limiting access.
How to Watch Blocked Internet Videos « Broken Secrets. September 27, 2010 at 5:00 am Chad Upton By Chad Upton | Editor The internet is a great place to catch TV shows and clips that you or your PVR missed.
Unfortunately, a lot of websites only allow their video content to be viewed in their service area. It’s not because they’re mean, they may have contracts that prevent them from distributing outside their area, not to mention cost savings reasons. That’s right, it’s expensive to stream video over the internet to thousands or hundreds of thousands of people in a reliable way. Secondly, they may not be allowed to broadcast outside of their broadcast area. There are also legal agreements with members of various guilds and unions that may prevent content from being distributed in certain areas or for a finite time after the original air date. Lifehacker, tips and downloads for getting things done. Top 10 Good Tech Habits Everyone Should Have. Number 9 is a good one to keep in mind.
There is a very popular store which I almost referred to as a retail outlet. I had to correct myself because I have known them to charge more than the Manufactured Suggested Retail Price, which should be the most that anyone should reasonably pay for any non-difficult-to-find item. They also have another shady practice. A friend of mine was on their mailing list for sales that they had in store when they had a NAS that was highly rated on a tech site.
He printed the offer just in case because he read about this business' shady practices. I guess my point is that for number 9, make sure you do your research and try to get as much evidence to support your claim that something costs what the ad said it costs. By the way, yes, I did intentionally not name the company because this is probably a good practice for any stores that you may purchase products from. Happy shopping!