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Router security: How to avoid getting hacked by cybercriminals

The bad news: most people don’t give a second thought to their routers.
This lack of know-how puts a lot of households in a dangerous position. The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has issued an alert about Russian state-supported hackers carrying out attacks against a large number of home routers in the U.S.
Some routers are inherently flawed and can never be fixed. To help beef up your router’s security, here are five tactics for protecting your home network, devices and files from hackers.

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How to set up emergency location sharing on Android, iOS

Smartphones are spectacular for snapping photos, scanning the news, and sending messages, but they can also be literal lifesavers if you take the time to set them up before the need arises.
Both Android and iOS have easy-to-use systems for sharing your location with a friend, family member, or other trusted contact in an emergency. You can even create connections that’ll allow you to check up on loved ones to see if their phone has detected movement lately and then request an automated location update if you’re unable to reach them.

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How to sync all your emails

If you want to spend as little time as possible checking email, siphon messages from all your accounts into one dashboard. Instead of flicking between different apps and devices, get your accounts to pipe emails into one place ready for reading and sorting. Here's how to go about it, whether you prefer using your smartphone or your computer.

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