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What is PGP? [2019]

PGP stands for Pretty Good Privacy. It is an encryption program that applies cryptographic privacy and authentication to online communications. PGP is most commonly used for keeping contents of emails encrypted and private. OpenPGP is an open-source version of PGP that has become widely used. How does PGP Work? PGP encrypts the contents of an email so…

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What is an API?

If you spend time around software or internet tools you’ve likely heard the term “API”. API stands for “application programming interface”. There are tons of APIs available online for software developers to use to integrate information from other applications into their own software. What is an API? An API is a system of tools and…

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13 Best Anti-Spyware Tools [Spyware Removal for 2019]

Best Anti-Spyware Tools for 2019 Panda Free Antivirus (Panda Dome Free) AVG Free Antivirus SUPERAntiSpyware Adaware Antivirus Free Comodo Free Anti-Malware BOClean Spybot Search and Destroy Free Fixer Norton Power Eraser Malwarebytes Adwcleaner Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit Bitdefender Antivirus SpywareBlaster Avast Free Antivirus Panda Free Antivirus (Panda Dome Free) Panda Free Antivirus is an excellent lightweight antivirus…

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Best Ad Blockers for Chrome

Blocking ads is a great way to speed up your browsing and greatly improve your internet experience. Many of these Chrome extensions have extra features that set them apart and add convenience. Contents: AdBlock AdBlock Plus AdBlocker Ultimate AdGuard Ad Guardian AdLock Ghostery uBlock Origin AdBlock AdBlock is one of the most popular browser extensions…

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Your iPhone Has a List of Every Location You’ve Visited

Apple is widely regarded as a tech company that actually cares about privacy for people using its devices. However, using an iPhone over an Android device doesn’t guarantee you better privacy protection. One feature that concerns us from a privacy standpoint is the location suggestion feature. While Apple protects that location data with your pass code, FaceID…

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Why Collaborative Filtering Is Putting You In a Bubble

Popular websites and internet companies, like Amazon, Netflix and Facebook, use collaborative filtering to make recommendations to users about what they may be interested in. Collaborative filtering is what lets Amazon recommend other products, Netflix recommend new shows or movies, and how Facebook determines which posts you see in your News Feed. What is Collaborative Filtering?…