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How to Set Up an Nginx Ingress with Cert-Manager on DigitalOcean Kubernetes

Introduction Kubernetes Ingresses allow you to flexibly route traffic from outside your Kubernetes cluster to Services inside of your cluster. This is accomplished using Ingress Resources, which define rules for routing HTTP and HTTPS traffic to Kubernetes Services, and Ingress Controllers, which implement the rules by load balancing traffic and …

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How to enable DNS over HTTPS in Firefox

DNS over HTTPS is one of the best new internet protocols designed to improve our security when browsing the web. It encrypts DNS lookups and helps in stopping third parties from snooping on your activities on the web. In the future, all the respectable browsers are probably going to enable …

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Managing Your BitLocker To Go Encrypted Flash Drive

Now that you’ve taken the time to protect your data using BitLocker To Go, you’ll need to understand your options for managing the device. Basic usage includes nothing more than entering your password, but you’ll need to know more for special circumstances. Perhaps you’ll wish to change your password, add …

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How To Report Malicious Websites in Internet Explorer

Another less known feature of Internet Explorer is that, not only it checks the websites you visit against a list of known malicious sites, but it also allows users to report malicious websites they encounter. In this tutorial, I will show how to report such websites and why it is …

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How to Backup and Restore Windows Vault Passwords

One way to use the Credential Manager is to export your Windows credentials to another Windows computer, or to back them up and import them after you reinstall Windows, so that you don’t have to manually type them again. This can be useful in some scenarios and we would like …

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How to Remove Crapware/Bloatware & Optimize Windows

In a previous article we’ve shown how tools that should help with removing crapware from your new Windows computer, don’t help much. That’s why we decided to come back with a guide that shares the most effective way to remove crapware and optimize your Windows installation. Step 1: Create a …

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How to Use Windows Defender in Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

Guess what Windows 8 & Windows 8.1 users: when you’re using Microsoft’s newest operating system you don’t need to install virus protection… Oh god, we sound like those Mac elitists, don’t we? Well, we aren’t saying this due to an over-confidence in virus coders lack of interest in a comparatively …

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How to Use Windows Update from Windows 8.1’s PC Settings

In Windows 8.1 there are two Windows Update tools: one available from the Desktop (which hasn’t changed since Windows 7) and one in PC Settings, that’s optimized for users with touch devices. When using the PC Settings version, you can view information about available updates, check for new updates manually, …

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How To Manage Your Installed & Hidden Windows Updates

Windows Update is an essential part of Windows that is permanently improving the operating system and the quality of your user experience. After using your computer for a long time, you will end up with plenty of updates installed. If you want to find information about them, when they were …

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The Best Tools To Check For Software Updates

During the early days of Windows, the operating system was usually the direct target of most malware creators. Along the way, Microsoft has worked a lot on hardening the operating system by creating and delivering security patches to its users in as timely a manner they possibly could. Today, Windows …

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How to report revenge porn to Microsoft and Bing

The Internet is a wonderful thing that certainly makes our lives better. However, as with all great things, it can be used also to do harm. One of the nastiest things people do online is revenge. Today, we’re going to talk about the increasingly common “revenge porn”. This is when …

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How to report revenge porn to Google

Not long ago, we published an article regarding the ever increasing problem of “revenge porn” and how Microsoft can help you fight it. We’re talking about those nasty situation s in which someone posts nude or sexually explicit photos of their current or ex-(girl)friends, without their consent. While not many …

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How to report revenge porn to Facebook

In previous articles we talked about “revenge porn” and how to report it to Microsoft and Google – the companies making the two most used search engines on the web. But what if you are a victim of “revenge porn” and the images or videos that contain nude or sexually …

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How to report revenge porn to Twitter

” Revenge porn” is when people distribute nude or sexual explicit images and/or videos without the consent of their victims. It’s a really vile thing to do, but it’s a reality we must acknowledge. Some states and countries are slowly starting to react against it, but until they will be …

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My PC has a nasty virus. Now what? How do I remove it?

Y our computer got infected by a nasty virus. Windows is slow, your web browser freezes and you are constantly fighting to get rid of strange popups, warnings and advertisements. These are all signs of a malware infection. You are worried about your files, your personal data and your apps. …

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