Tag Archives: Password Security

How to kid-proof your tech

Sometimes technology and children just don’t mix. Whether it’s inappropriate content on the internet or kids’ inability to treat expensive devices with care, there are heaps of reasons why you might be afraid of your kids using your electronics. However, … Continue reading

WiFi, Guests and Common Sense

“It’s called WiFi Sense,” I tell my friend. “It’s a new thing in Windows 10 and people freaked out about it. “Why?” she asks, reaching for a TimTam. “Because they think it will let anyone in your contacts get your … Continue reading

How safe is your password?

Of all the things that make me jump up on my security soapbox, having my parents tell me their Wi-Fi password is 123456 is right up there. While this lack of devotion to digital security is a concern to me, … Continue reading