Review Category : Safety & Security Tips

Cyber Spying: How to Combat the Invisible Threat

Cyber spying is no longer the work of movie fiction. Recently, a Canadian research security group has discovered a network of spies called GhostNet which were linked to government computers. It has infiltrated over 1,000 computers in more than 100 countries. These cyber spies gained information through spyware installed on computers of politicians, diplomats, and journalists. Targets included the Associated Press and the Dalai Lama.

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"Sexting": New Trend Among Teens

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A new slang term has recently been a hot topic of discussion. Sexting refers to sending explicit text messages or pictures of a sexual nature. Although many parents think their children wouldn’t engage in this activity, sexting has become a more and more common practice among teenagers. A practice which often leads to devastating consequences.

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How To Keep Your Children Safe: Top 5 Ways To Stop Kidnappers

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Kidnappers are motivated by large sums of money. The thought process being, why even bother taking the risk if the target isn’t worth the trouble. Due to SEC disclosure laws, finding out which executives make the most money is now easier than ever before. Your business, or your family may be at risk. Here are four tips on how to improve security.

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Top Ten Most Stolen Cars

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According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, a vehicle is stolen every 26.4 seconds. Don’t be fooled by the quality of the car you own. According to the NICB, the average cost of stolen cars is $6,649. Car theft can be avoided with GPS Tracking or Car Security Cameras. Here are the top ten stolen autos of 2006. Is your car one of them?

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