Androids are complex operating systems which function much like mini-computers. And as with other complex devices, Androids are subject to malware. In the past, there have been vulnerabilities found in Android software that leaves users susceptible to hackers. Here is a bit more on what kind of viruses you can get and how to prevent this so you can protect your phone. Continue reading Can You Get A Virus On Your Android?
I am a parent and I use a keylogger to spy on my 12-year-old daughter. Am I ashamed of it? Yes! Will I do it again? Most definitely! Continue reading Keyloggers And Children: How Not To Cross The Line?
While traveling, blogging or even having a coffee break at a restaurant we often use the services of public free Wi-Fi. These hotspots are available for everyone and can be found on every corner. Coffee shops are the great places to relax, read news online, chat with friends, share photos or even manage some business related matters. Continue reading Safety Measures While Using Free Wi-Fi
You probably read my previous post and know that I had to file a DMCA notice after my pages are outranked by scrapers. Continue reading DMCA.com Review – Terrible Experience
After all of my websites were down, I contacted DigitalOcean’s support and they suggested me to consider resizing to a larger Droplet size because my sites were using up the memory. Continue reading How Long Does It Take to Resize a DigitalOcean’s Droplet?
If you are trying to embed a Youtube video into your blog post, the best way to do it is pasting the Youtube URL directly inside your post. However, if you are using a Genesis theme by StudioPress, you might end up getting a tiny video. Continue reading Youtube Videos are Too Small with Genesis Theme, How to Expand the Width?
After CloudFlare made Universal SSL free and HTTP/2 available, I enabled those features on one of my websites. However, I didn’t see any improvement on the performance, some web pages were even loaded slower than before. Continue reading How to Speed Up CloudFlare SSL on your WordPress Site
CloudFlare has made SSL free for all accounts to encrypt the connection between its servers and web browsers. Recently, they’ve also enabled HTTP/2 to boost performance of websites using SSL/TLS, therefore, SSL is expected to be widely adopted in the upcoming time. Continue reading How to Set Up CloudFlare SSL for your WordPress Site