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Password review: Get a safe start to 2018

Each year, IT and security companies such as Awecomm will put together a list of the “worst” (that is, least safe) passwords. Year to year, not much changes and people continue to use strings of sequential numbers, the word “password”, … Continue reading

Tech-solutions to make in 2016

“New year, new me!” Bleugh. Maybe the hangover and bruised dancing feet just puts me in a bad mood, but personal reinvention isn’t even on my radar after I bring in the New Year. I’m doing just fine, thanks, and … Continue reading

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 to manage your online passwords

On the iiNet Blog we recently featured an article on Privacy Awareness Week 2015. It included a range of helpful tips on how to create a strong password and when you should update your passwords. We received a lot of feedback … Continue reading

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