Mid-March 2021, Google made an update available for its Chrome web browser in order to address five security flaws, one of which was a zero-day vulnerability. A zero-day vulnerability means that hackers are finding and taking advantage of the vulnerability before Google had a chance to find and fix it themselves. With Chrome being one… Continue reading Browser Security – Make sure you don’t fall victim to the new Chrome/Chromium vulnerability
Category: Online Safety at Home
Our So Called Virtual Life
Getting our kids ready for school in the morning these last few weeks probably looks different than it did last year. After breakfast my kids go to what used to be a guest room to turn on their laptops at their new Ikea desks and start class. It’s a big leap from the car pool… Continue reading Our So Called Virtual Life
Protect yourself at home.
Remote workers, students, and folks practicing social distancing are becoming more common as we try to quarantine COVID-19 out of existence. People new to working, studying, and spending abnormally large amounts of time at home may get distracted more than their office/classroom counterparts, mixing work and personal emails, texts, and calls. It is easy to… Continue reading Protect yourself at home.