The thing is having a security system with cameras can be a huge deterrent for criminals. But your system is worthless if it’s not set up properly and the devices are not placed in the right areas.
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This week’s mailbag addresses the pros and cons of a DIY home security system, how to browse the internet without being tracked, the best way to secure firearms in your home — and more.
This week’s mailbag covers what you should do in the event of a nuclear attack (including what supplies to have if you have to go outside afterward), how to download and install my go-to virtual private network (plus why it’s important to have a VPN in the first place) and the best way to protect your home from top to bottom.
When it comes to home security, there is a seemingly endless stream of gadgets you can install to help keep your family safe — cameras, door locks, flood lights and motion sensors, among others — and you can purchase many of these devices with smart technology capabilities so they can be remotely controlled and monitored from your smartphone. Here’s why you should.
This week’s mailbag answers several questions related to maintaining your digital privacy as well as filtering and storing drinkable water. Also, included are the top two knife brands I recommend.
Today, I want to review five common home security mistakes that make your home an easy target for a burglar looking for a crime of opportunity. Let’s get started.
As spring turns into summer and the weather gets warmer, you will start to see more door-to-door salespeople. Here are three common door-to-door scams to watch out for. These people may not be who they say they are…
To get to as many of your inquiries as possible, this week’s mailbag will be more like a lightning round. Quick questions, quick answers — including why I can’t in good conscience stay out of politics.