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Simplify and Secure Your Passwords

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It seems that almost every site on the Web requires a password. At least twice a week, I get an email from someone who wants me to join yet another site, which requires yet another username and password. You can cop out and use the same username and password combination, but that’s always possible since some Read more…

Do You Share Passwords with Your Partner?

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Do you? I do and I’ve been doing it since I said “I do.” And if you are married or at least in a committed lifelong relationship, knowing each other’s passwords is probably expected. Today, sharing passwords has become a sign of commitment, a signal of love and devotion, like a varsity sweater or friendship Read more…

Healthy Harold and McAfee to teach Aussie Primary Students how to bCyberwise

As you would have guessed by now, cyber education is a passion of mine. I am a big believer in education and preparing our kids for life’s path (as opposed to preparing the path for them!) So, I am delighted to tell you about bCyberwise – a new cyber education module, developed by McAfee and Read more…

How To Keep Your Teens Safe on Facebook

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Let’s face it. Aussie teens love Facebook! And my two eldest boys are no exception. A recent study by McAfee showed that not only are our teens spending approximately 3.5 hours a day online but 72% of them are accessing Facebook on a daily basis! Facebook seems to have become an official hobby! So, as Read more…

2012 Resolution: A Healthy Computer!

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I recently went in for my yearly check up. It got me thinking… what are the things I can do to keep my computer and my identity healthy? You know your computer always has some major servicing when you’ve been meaning to back up all those photos and all the music you’ve got saved on Read more…