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Cybersecurity expert John Bambenek writes about vulnerabilities that can give a hacker an easy way to track your Android phone, and how to reduce your risk.
Perl-based utility that can read and write metadata on image files and can read metadata on audio and other file types.
Because sometimes you need to know things about an OS that was launched when your oldest kid was still in diapers.
A particular Windows 7 Update (KB3075851), which seems to be installed notwithstanding user settings, removes the icon for user control of the update process and replaces it with a nag icon for Windows 10.
How to disable specific Windows 7 and Windows 8 updates that compromise your privacy or push for upgrading to Windows 10.
Instructions for how to shutdown privacy-breaking features of Microsoft's new Windows 10.
"Don't waste your uploads progress! If you had to abandon your upload for any reason, you have up to 24 hours to continue uploading where you left off. Just go back to youtube.com/upload and select the same file from your computer."
Tired of wading through endless automated phone menus? Frustrated to get through six levels of menus and waiting for an agent, only to be transferred to a different number? NoPhoneTrees.com claims to have the direct-dial number you need, and the shortest touch-tone path to talk to a live human being.