What To Do if Your Facebook Account Is Compromised

Keeping your Facebook account safe can be quite tricky. Unfortunately, Facebook provides one of the worst suites of recovery features we’ve ever seen. So what are you supposed to do if your Facebook account is compromised? This guide will teach you exactly what to do if someone compromises your Facebook account. What Does A Compromised … Read more

Received Facebook Password Change?

Facebook will send you a message whenever you request a password change. However, what should you do if you receive one of these messages when you haven’t asked for a password change? This article will walk you through the correct response to the situation and the reasons why you may have received a Facebook password … Read more

Someone May Have Accessed Your Account

Facebook occasionally sends emails to users, warning them about unauthorized access to their accounts. If you’ve received one of these emails before, it can be confusing and scary to try and figure out what you should do. This guide will teach you what to do when Facebook tells you that someone may have accessed your … Read more

Received Facebook Primary Email Changed?

Facebook informs you whenever you change important details on your account. So what should you do if you receive a Facebook primary email changed message when you didn’t change it yourself? This guide will teach you exactly what to do to keep your Facebook account as secure as possible. What is a Facebook Primary Email … Read more

CEO Reveals How Easily Colonial Pipeline Hack Could’ve Been Avoided

Joseph Blount

The Colonial Pipeline hack might not have been the largest hack in recent memory–that probably goes to the SolarWinds or Microsoft Exchange hacks. But it was the most disruptive. Consumers panicked within days of the ransomware gang DarkSide breaching the country’s largest fuel pipeline. Gas prices skyrocketed. More than half of the gas stations in … Read more

How to Protect Your Wealth From Hackers


In some ways, we’re just like hackers. We both want wealth, and we’d both prefer it to come to us easily. The main difference is that most of us work hard for our money, while hackers steal it from us. If this is a situation you’d like to avoid, it’s time to reevaluate your cybersecurity … Read more