Online transaction systems have made things easy for consumers and online shoppers. Today, people can purchase products online, pay for those products, and complete significant digital investments by clicking a button. And all these can be done from any place and any time, as long as you have an internet connection and a device to help you complete these transactions. However, you should note about online transactions that one wrong click or trust in the wrong person could jeopardize your online safety.
Online frauds have been surging exponentially, especially in the recent past, calling for vigilance and safety of transactions. According to the 2020 FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center Report, consumers suffered losses exceeding $4.2 billion due to online frauds. Data from Continue reading
Applying Digital Forensics to Everyday Life
Keeping personal information private is becoming increasingly more important as the age of technology persists. People are connected to their devices more now than ever before and as people become more dependent on technology, digital hackers are also becoming increasingly apparent. Digital hackers are getting tactful and creative with their hacking abilities and strategies. Hackers’ goals are to erase, alter, and/or exploit personal information found on Continue reading
Windows 10 is the default operating system installed on the majority of devices these days; it was originally designed to be the most user-friendly, effective and fast OS from Microsoft – and so far, it’s performed well.
But there are a lot of things that can slow down your computer’s performance over time. If you’ve been using your PC for a stretch and noticed that it’s slowing down and more prone to lag when you can’t afford it to, or if you’ve bought a used PC from someone else and find that it’s too slow for what you Continue reading