Encryption

  • Why Silver Key Encryption may be Right for You

    Here you find all you want to know about Silver Key, a Windows program designed to encrypt files and folders so that they can be sent securely over the Internet. The software additionally gives you the option of creating self-extracting archives and has...
    By Mark Muller August 8, 2011 

  • The Proxy Primer – All you want to know about Proxies

    Proxies not only serve the purpose of circumventing firewalls and similar devices for accessing blocked sites in school and at the workplace, they are also useful for browsing the web without leaving traces, and for faster load times of Intranet sites...
    By Mark Muller August 8, 2011 

  • Top 5 Freeware Applications to Protect Electronic Mail

    Prevent unauthorized users now from intercepting and viewing the emails you want to exchange with others by reading about some of the available freeware (listed here in the article) to help safeguard your emails.
    By Daniel Brecht August 8, 2011 


  • Keep your Passwords Safe with KeePass Password Safe

    Having a lot of passwords to remember? Nobody, but KeePass can remember all those highly secure passwords. Here’s what you need to know about free KeePass Password Safe 2.08, also known as KeePass Professional, including a useful tip for remembering...
    By Mark Muller August 8, 2011 

  • A Guide to Encryption for the Basic Computer User

    Internet data is vulnerable to interception when in transit over networks, and without encryption, anyone can intercept and read the data. The increasing level of cyber attacks makes security encryption for online data an absolute must, and all computer...
    By N Nayab July 30, 2011 

  • Dell Responds to Data Security Requirements

    With data protection ever more important, Dell is one of several major computer manufacturers are taking steps to provide the end user with encryption tools.
    By Christian Cawley July 6, 2011 


  • How to Erase Encrypted Webpages from Browser History

    Deleting encrypted webpages such as your online banking records can be simple if you know how to access Internet Options and you understand which options best suit your surfing habits. Internet Options allow the user to set how often, if at all, the user...
    By Michelle Burton June 29, 2011 

  • SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 Encryption

    Are your SQL applications truly secure? In this article, the advancements in SQL's ability to encrypt data is discussed. Now native to SQL Server 2005 and 2008, SQL provides an additional step in protecting your data and sensitive information...
    By Steve Mallard June 27, 2011 

  • WIFI Guides: Different Ways of Securing Wireless Network

    Today, wireless devices have become so economical that anyone can setup a wireless network within minutes. Increased use of wireless networks also means that you can be a victim of an intruder lurking around your network. This article covers some of the...
    By PreciousJohnDoe June 27, 2011 

  • Help! Windows XP WPA Has Stopped Working!

    If it is determined that the WPA encryption has stopped working, this article will outline various ways to fix the problem and have your wireless connection resume working.
    By Lashan Clarke June 27, 2011 
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