Category: Security

How to crack a .zip or .rar password protected file?

How secure is Winzip and Winrar encryption? Both programs WinZip and WinRar use AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) for encryption, when implemented correctly and in conjunction with a long alphanumerical hard to guess passphrase, the AES cipher is impossible to crack in a reasonable amount of time, that means …

Free keylogger protection Neo’s SafeKeys

If are conscious about computer security or are using a public computer in an internet cafe or library, using some kind of protection against keyloggers is a must have. A keylogger can easily capture your Yahoo mail and Gmail passwords as well as banking passwords, anything you type …

Review TrulyMail, secure email encryption client

TrulyMail wants to be a secure email replacement and it allows for easy sending of encrypted emails, including encryption of email subject, body and attachments, as well as return receipts, automatic digital signatures and cancellation of messages after they have been sent (and not read). TrulyMail good points …

Use a VPN on a computer without admin rights

If you have to move around between computers, are using a college or work computer and have no admin rights and want to use a VPN to get around internet filtering you will find that OpenVPN needs administrator rights to be installed. There is a work around for …

Comodo Secure DNS Review

Comodo Secure DNS’s server infrastructure is spread around five continents, your DNS requests will be answered by the closest available set of servers. I swapped my ISP DNS for Comodo Secure DNS nearly a year ago and everything has always worked fine, I have never experienced any downtime …