Ensuring our activities online are safe and private is the need of the hour. We need to ensure that websites are secure and safe to visit. But at times, it gets confusing to do so, and non-secure sites with malicious intentions are quite deceiving and… Read More »Site Not Secure: What it Means, Why Is it Important?
Cybercriminals use phishing websites to cheat innocent users on the web. These sites try to steal passwords, personal, as well as financial information. To make it worse, our dependency on the internet increases our chances of becoming victims of these phishing attacks. There are so… Read More »3 Ways to Auto-Detect Phishing Websites That Steal Your Password in Chrome
Each webpage you visit becomes a part of your browsing history. On top of that, you may have bookmarks and other private information that can be obtained by anyone having access to the browser. Some of you might have thought about adding a password to… Read More »[Working] How to Set Password Lock in Google Chrome to Protect History and Other Data
Studies have shown that around 20 Million unsafe websites are on the web at any given point in time. These sites are either built to scam people on the Internet or have been infected by malware. With so many scam website pages on the web,… Read More »3 Ways to Find Out if a Webpage Is Safe to Visit in Chrome
Google Chrome comes with a lot of inbuilt features. On top of those features, one can add extra functionalities by adding extensions from the Chrome Web store. Now, there are over 140K Extensions on the Web Store- the numbers are huge, which leads to the… Read More »5 Ways to Find Fake, Malicious Extensions in Google Chrome
Browsers are an essential part of daily lives. And Google Chrome, having the highest browser market share, is what most people use on their phones and computers. However, like any other software, browsers have their own sets of security risks and vulnerabilities. The Chrome 91,… Read More »How to Avoid Zero-Day Vulnerability in Google Chrome