Key cards are not as secure as you think… They’re the target of a super-simple new hack that allows criminals to get into your hotel room or office in under 60 seconds. Here’s how to protect yourself.
I want you to imagine a single day without battery-operated equipment. Could you even make it home without your car or your cellphone or any other electronics? Here’s what you need to know to survive if you ever wake up in a world without batteries.
Dear Black Bag Confidential Reader, According to the FBI, Americans lost $1.3 billion to cybercrime in 2016, and that amount is expected to increase in 2017. This should not come as a surprise. Our lives are becoming more and more integrated with smart technology, and criminals are capitalizing on this, coming up with novel ways …
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.
Modern cellphones are incredible communication tools. But sometimes, there are situations where a more low-tech device will serve you better. This simple device is a perfect example.
According to former CIA Director James Woolsey, North Korea could potentially launch an electromagnetic-pulse (EMP) attack against the U.S. The effects of such an attack would be devastating. Here’s how to prepare.
Wi-Fi is great. It’s convenient, allows for widespread coverage, increases the portability of devices and is cost-effective. But wireless networks — especially in your home — are also a common target for hackers trying to steal your personal information. To protect your wireless network from unauthorized access, simply follow these three steps.
Living Well tackles the controversial issue of EMF wave safety, and whether our increasing levels of exposure are causing us more harm