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Which anti virus is the best?

20 answers · 5 days ago


Should I let people know I have hidden security cameras at my home? That way if someone tries to break in they know they’re being recorded or should I just stay quite??! The reason why I’m asking is because someone that knows me well broke in to my house a couple of months ago. I don’t know who it was, I just know... show more


Could my phone be hacked?

29 answers · 1 week ago
So I got this very strange email from someone saying they hacked into my phone, took all of my contacts, and took a video of me from my phone watching porn. Well he said if I didn’t send him $800 in bitcoin within 3 days he was going to send that video to all of my contacts. And he provided a link, which I did NOT... show more


Question about hacking?

6 answers · 3 days ago
Best answer: You can look into CEH: Certified Ethical Hacking As some others have said, the "good" kind of hacker who is a "white-hat" hacker. A white hack hacker might be employed in a company's cyber-security team/department. They might perform "attacks" on their networks to find ... show more

Best answer: Malwarebytes (Mbam) is the industry standard anti malware tool used by most computer repairers so is a good choice. Free super antispyware does pretty much the same thing though I'd advise installing both. Occasionally Mbam may miss something which SAS will pick up on. It is ok to install more than one... show more

One is called zme science, its so annoying, and other sites too, i don't know how to stop it, one guy told me to install malware bites, which i did, but it doesn't really do anything.



Best answer: We need AI for the human race to keep developing into the future. AI's potential for destroying humanity might be overrated. If anything, AI is going to need NI as much as each other. So likely there might be a man-machine interface developed that will bring all forms of intelligence together.




Best answer: Most likely the National Center for Disease Control.


Best answer: There is no realistic way to break the passcode of an iphone.Six failed attempts gets you a 1 minute lockout. Seven gives you 5 minutes, eight gives 15, and nine 1 hour. After ten failed attempts, the system will either lock you out completely or erase your data, depending on your settings.



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