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We all know about Google's web browser, Chrome. which has become very popular among all Internet users. You can download it using this link. Once you start downloading, it downloads a very small installer which again downloads the required setup files from Google server.
Here are the official Google Chrome URLs which provide the full offline installer of Google Chrome:
The above URLs will always provide the latest Google Chrome version.
Google has made it even easier to use two-factor authentication. With 9to5Google, there are no more excuses for not adding an extra layer of security. We will show you how to make use of this new feature.
Quick, a show of hands. How many are using two-factor authentication for your Google accounts? Those of you who didn't raise your hands, head back to Security 101 and pay attention this time around. Those of you who are using two-factor authentication for your Google accounts, you're in for a surprise. Google has made it even easier for you to work with that extra layer of security. It's called 9to5Google and it's really simple. Here's how it works:
For the past few years, two-step authentication has become one of the most common methods to secure our online accounts as it adds an additional layer of security in the form of TOTP (Time-based One-time Password). One of the most well-known apps for two-factor authentication is the Google Authenticator app by Google itself. In order to use the Google Authenticator to secure an account, you need to have a compatible mobile device like Android, iOS, etc. Since the official Google Authenticator app only supports the mobile devices, you cannot use it on your PC.
But the good thing is the Google Authenticator app is built on a well-documented algorithm. This simply means that any developer can create their own apps on any platform that can generate time-based one-time passwords just like the Google Authenticator. And WinAuth is one such application for Windows PC.
Microsoft is all about Windows Updates lately. Between forcing Windows 10 updates on everyone, and generally doing a lot to make its users mad with the way updates are handled, it seems like we need to spend more time figuring out to fight updates than using our PC.
One place Microsoft is attempting to make Windows Update more streamlined is by having users share their connection with others to speed updating through P2P.
For most users, this isn’t anything they’ll notice or have a problem with, but for anyone with limited Internet where they pay for their bandwidth, it can be a real problem! Fortunately, you can turn it off! Here’s how it’s done.
Put away your wget and curl, your SOAP clients and WSDLs, WebDAV servers, REST APIs and JSON callbacks; when it comes to moving data off websites and on to your computer the sticky stuff that greases the wheels is copy and paste.
This side of haptic gloves, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V is as close as we can get to reaching out and grabbing something off the web. It’s the cyber-grab you cyber-learn in your cyber-infancy and never cyber-forget because you endlessly cyber-repeat it.
Repetition teaches us that what goes in to our hand when we Ctrl+C (grab something) comes out of our hand when we Ctrl+V (let it go).
But what if it didn’t?
What if you reached out to grab one apple but when you opened your hand you had a pear? Or a piranha?
FileZilla has an evil twin that steals FTP logins.
Maliciously modified versions of the popular FTP application FileZilla look and act just like the real thing, but include extra code that steals the login data typed in by users and sends it to an unauthorized server using the same FTP operation launched by the user without going through a firewall that might spot what it's doing
Protect yourself by downloading from a trusted source.