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Tag Archives: internet privacy

Money from Equifax

Your credit information has likely been stolen. As you’ve probably read in the news, or heard on telly, Equifax, one of the three largest U.S. credit bureaus, was hacked earlier this month, exposing over 143 million American’s personal information. And, trust me, no matter how bad it sounds, it is most assuredly worse than you […]

Two Free Security Plugins

This week I’ve got two very serious freebies for you. Security, as some of you may know, is near and dear to my heart. In my day job, I’m a system administrator and constantly worried about security.  It’s a huge issue.  Lately, you all may have been hearing news stories about the “Heartbleed SSL vulnerability” […]

PriorityDigital Free Utilities

I don’t know about you, but I love free stuff. I do a lot of stuff on the web every day.  Yeah, I know you can’t tell that from how neglected this blog is these days, especially compared to the old days when I was posting pretty much every day, but, trust me, I’m always […]


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