With recent events regarding Edward Snowden and the NSA, it’s hard to tell who’s watching us and what is private. This video will show you some free tools to ensure that you aren’t being tracked.
Google + http://goo.gl/1dmi1
Ghostery – http://www.ghostery.com/
“Do Not Track Me” – https://www.abine.com/dntdetail.php
Disposable E-mail Addresses – http://10minutemail.com/
Mailvelope – http://www.mailvelope.com/
CyberGhost – http://cyberghostvpn.com/
Cain & Abel – http://www.oxid.it/cain.html
MD5 and SHA-1 Hash generator – http://www.md5-lookup.com/
Top 10,000 most commonly used passwords – http://xato.net/passwords/more-top-worst-passwords/
Don’t wait for disaster to strike your web accounts. Be prepared and back them all up using these simple tools.
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You know those sites with the funny iPhone and Facebook conversations? (http://funtweets.com , http://failbook.failblog.org , http://damnyouautocorrect.com) Believe it or not, a majority of them are faked. This video will show you how you can fake your own conversations.:
Firesheep is a hacking program that can steal the facebook and twitter accounts of anyone on a shared Wi-Fi connection. This video will show you how to protect yourself against that.
This video covers the art of steganography, or hiding messages in plain sight. The three methods covered are hiding files on Microsoft documents, hiding files inside pictures, and hiding messages inside Twitter messages.