Strengthen Your Online Security With C.O.A.C.H.

Do you have any idea whether you’re “safe” online? Online security and privacy are complicated, and risks vary by person: you might worry about getting harassed, hacked, or your boss finding your terrible old blog posts and using them as an excuse to fire you. Crash Override’s Automated Cybersecurity Helper helps you secure your accounts…

Georgia Hacking Bill SB315 Gets Cybersecurity All Wrong

In March, the Georgia State General Assembly passed a bill that would make it illegal to access a computer or network “without authority.” Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has until Tuesday to decide whether to sign it into law or veto it. The 40-day limbo has morphed from a bureaucratic formality, though, into a heated debate…

Computer Science An Overview – Teach Yourself Computer Science

Computer Science An Overview – Teach Yourself Computer Science

Lifehacker has collected a lot of “learn to code” resources that are especially helpful to new learners. But if you’ve already done a little coding or taken just a couple courses, and you want a more thorough education in both theory and practice, start with the site Teach Yourself Computer Science.You could maintain an acceptable…

How to Get Rid of Those Annoying Mac Update Notifications

How to Get Rid of Those Annoying Mac Update Notifications

Software updates are usually a good thing. They can bring new features and important security updates to whatever device you’re using with little to no effort on your part. If you have a Mac computer, however, you’re probably sick and tired of seeing that same “Updates Available” notification pop-up on your computer every day.It doesn’t…