Cloud Computing


What to Do When You've Been Hacked

Whether your personal data gets compromised in an Equifax-style breach or your email password is exposed, getting hacked can be a nightmare. Knowing what to expect and how to fix it can help, but knowing how to head off hackers in the first place is even better. Face it, our government probably knows everything there is to know about you. Other governments do, too. Forgot your email password? Just ask the FSB! But security agencies don’t use this data for simple, criminal attacks. A criminal hacking team that gets access to your......

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How to unsubscribe from unwanted email

Chances are, your email inbox is a mix of important messages, Amazon Prime shipping notices, bill alerts, and other easy-to-ignore offers. But spam creeps in. Sometimes you do it yourself—enter your email address to win that contest!—and sometimes others do it for you. Thanks for the blank­of-the-month club email list, mom. Luckily, there are easy ways to kill unwanted emails, and they don’t involved sending invective-filled rants to the sender....

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How to grant Gmail access to someone without sharing your password

haring your email password with someone is a big test of trust. And if you’re one of those people who uses the same password for everything, even though you know you shouldn’t, well it’s just an impossibility. With Gmail‘s delegates feature, you can grant someone access to your account without revealing your password. You can add up to 10 delegates with a regular account and up to 25 with a school or work account. Delegates can read, send, and delete messages in your Gmail account. When an email is sent by a delegate,......

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