In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal the best way to hide your home address, the most important thing to look for in a bug-out bag and how to evade GPS tracking — even on your smartphone. Plus, I’ll share some good advice and valuable resources I received from two of my readers.
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 features a wide variety of survival questions — from flying with firearms to escaping a flash mob to protecting your kids in a disaster even when they’re far from home.
This week’s mailbag is all about security — from some of the best self-defense weapons to the simplest thing you can do to safeguard your online privacy. Plus, six expert tips to ensure your bike won’t get stolen — even when you travel with it.
Identity theft hit an all-time high in 2017 and — for the first time ever — more Social Security numbers were stolen than credit card numbers. The bottom line is it’s up to you to keep your information private and out of the hands of thieves. To help you do this, here are four simple tips to minimize the risk of your information being stolen.
Last fall, news broke of a new cyberattack that specifically targeted the current industry standard encryption protocol for wireless devices. Now, tech security leaders realize it’s time to update the way we connect to online networks. In today’s alert, learn how to protect your privacy until the new encryption standard is ready to roll out.
Sometimes it’s not easy to explain certain spy and survival techniques in writing. Which is why I included a video in my answer to the first of this week’s mailbag questions. In it, you’ll discover how to pick a lock using just two simple tools.
The debate about whether the government has the right to access encrypted data on personal devices is not going away anytime soon. The FBI claims their actions are necessary to thwart terrorism, while tech companies (including Apple) maintain this practice raises serious privacy concerns.
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.
As I’m sure you’re aware, on Dec. 14, 2017, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) voted to repeal net neutrality rules. What you might not be aware of is what this actually means, how it will affect you and whether your privacy will still be protected.