Firefox and privacy, Cryptocurrency Security, NationStates and Intellectual property, DarkWeb Cybercriminals, Public Wi-Fi Dangers, T-Mobile and SimSwapping and more on Tech Talk With Craig Peterson today on Maine's WGAN Saturday Show [9-21-19]
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What did Mozilla add to their Firefox browser enhance the privacy of its US-based Firefox browser applicati.on? Listen in to find out all the details.
Most of you know how I feel about Cryptocurrencies, and it looks like I was right all along. It is fraught with fraud that prays on peoples hopes and dreams. I will discuss some of the recent security concerns.
It seems as though there are countries that are intent on stealing our intellectual property and technology through fraud. Find out who and why and what happened this week.
You can buy anything in this world for money — nowhere is this statement truer than on the Dark Web.
Who pays for those Public WiFi routers? This and a number of other questions today about why you must be wary of using these.
T-Mobile is taking action against the social engineering attack known as Sim Swapping. They have developed a non-advertised and rather private feature to do this. I will explain how it works.
Worldwide in research labs engineers are working on some scarily intrusive surveillance technology tools. I will delve into this in more detail.
Today's cybercriminals are continually developing new and sophisticated techniques with which to gain access to their victim's internet technology systems. What can you do to slow them down.
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