Explained: Bayesian spam filtering

Bayesian spam filtering is based on Bayes rule, a statistical theorem that gives you the probability of an event. In Bayesian filtering it is used to give you the probability that a certain email is spam. The name Named after the statistician Rev. Thomas Bayes who provided an equation that basically allows new information to…

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Spigot browser hijackers

Spigot browser hijackers of this family are easy to recognize and in our opinion hardly worth installing because they add no more functionality then a few bookmarks. We hope this post helps you to avoid them in the future.

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Understanding the basics of two-factor authentication

With data breaches resulting in leaked passwords occurring almost daily, two-factor authentication has become an essential tool in the security toolkit.

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Explained: Environmental variables

This post is intended to make readers aware of the existence and use of environmental variables. A windows feature that is often only known to programmers and other advanced users.

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A closer look at a tech support screen locker

As a demonstration of how Tech Support Scammers operate and try to lure victims into calling their number, we show you some snippets of the code, explaining what they’re up to.

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