An interesting revelation has emerged from the Microsoft camp. Starting with a new Windows 10 build codenamed 19H1, Microsoft wants to eliminate passwords. The move towards having password-less devices began with the insider build 18305, where it was exclusive. However, moving forward, all future builds on Windows devices will allow users to go password-less.
In this day and age, hacking and invasion of privacy has become the order of the day on the internet. If you want absolute privacy on the web then simply browsing on a private tab or “incognito” is not going to cut it. It is very important that you have some form of security while browsing and there are some browsers that do provide that.
Over the years, a Virtual Private Network has been the solution to many online problems that internet users face on a daily basis. As time passed by, more and more VPN providers emerged in the market offering all kinds of services making it difficult for people to choose one that fits their needs. With so many options, how do you know that you are choosing the right one?
The People’s Republic of China has some of the most rigorous rules against internet freedom and their users’ privacy. For many years now, people that reside in this territory have had trouble accessing some of the most used apps and websites due to their government increased censorship. Now, another problem arises, one that only deepens this issue.
With 22 million active monthly users, half of them only in the US, 4Chan is one of the largest Web forums in the United States and the world. It’s a platform for everyone’s taste, many times with controversial and sensitive content. It gives you the chance to freely express yourself, without limitations, but with one downside. Despite being able to post anonymously, you are in no way protected on 4Chan.