If your webmaster leaves unexpectedly, you can have a lot of trouble getting access to your own website. I’ll review some of the things that you need to do to prepare — just in case.
There are several ways websites can reasonably approximate your location and serve up ads specific to locale. I’ll look at a few.
It’s common to ask “Why?” when it comes to computers. Unfortunately, it’s also common to be frustrated with the answer.
Finding out who owns a Hotmail account is nearly impossible.
Many hotels offer both wired and wireless internet, but along with those hotel internet connections comes a security risk most folks don’t consider.
While you cannot find the specific owner of an IP address, I’ll look at a few tools to see what IP-related information you can get.
It can be extremely difficult to find the email address of someone you want to contact. To begin with, they must want to be found.
Your router is your first line of defense against malicious attacks from the internet. But do you have a secure router? I’ll review the important settings.
It’s possible to send email to someone without having their email address show up on the To: or Cc: lines by using blind carbon copy or Bcc.
A stolen or lost computer can open the doors to all sorts of havoc if you’re not prepared. I’ll cover a few of the basics.