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Skype Now Offers End-to-End Encryption

Skype users can now choose to make their voice calls and text chats end-to-end encrypted. This is Microsoft catching up with other messaging apps, including Messenger, Telegram, and WhatsApp, which have offered end-to-end encryption for a while.
End-to-end encryption means that your chats are encrypted from one end to the other, ensuring eavesdroppers can’t intercept your messages or listen into your conversation. It has taken a while for Skype to offer the feature, but it’s better late than never.
Microsoft Launches Private Skype Conversations Microsoft began testing end-to-end encrypted Skype chats in January, and the feature is now available to all users. You can use Skype’s Private Conversations on Skype for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Linux. But you will need to opt in as it isn’t the default.
Although Skype offers end to end encrypted chats and video calls, don't rely on it to secure your communications. If you want a truly private and secure video call or messaging, ..

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Antivirus Software Isn’t Enough: 5 Things You Must Do to Avoid Malware

Just bought a new notebook or desktop computer and have concerns about online security? Worried about losing valuable study time to viruses and other online infections?
Staying safe and secure online is simple, as long as you take the right precautions. Besides installing an online security or antivirus suite, follow these steps for safer computing.
1. Catch Phishing Emails With a Spam Filter
Over half of all emails are spam, and of those, 50 percent are carrying malicious attachments. That’s an unbelievably powerful method of delivering of malware infections to computers: just via email. As such, it’s vital that you take steps to ensure that the emails that make it into your inbox are safe.
You don’t have any control over the emails that are sent to you. Sadly, once your email address ends up in a database, it’s a free-for-all as far as the scammers are concerned. They’re going to target you with as much rubbish as possible, hoping that you click, and they get lucky.
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