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How to automatically reject cookies in Chrome

When browsing the Internet there is something that has become very common: the message of accepting or rejecting cookies. It is something that we find whenever we enter a page that we had not previously accessed from that device or browser. Although we are already used to it, the truth is that it can be annoying at times. So could we accept or reject all cookies automatically? There is this possibility and we are going to talk about it in this article to be able to achieve it in Google Chrome.

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What 2FA applications are there to protect account security?

We must always protect the security of our accounts on the Internet. There are many factors that can cause risks that compromise our personal data and passwords. For example, Phishing attacks, keyloggers that can steal passwords, data leaks ... We can prevent unwanted intruders from entering our accounts through different methods and one of the most important is two-step authentication. We are going to explain why it is essential today and we are going to talk about some applications that we can use.

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Network spoofing: know what it is and how to detect it

One of the problems that we can face when we connect to Wi-Fi is what is known as network spoofing. It is something that can be present in many places without our knowing it. For example in public places such as an airport, shopping center, or even parks. They can also be in restaurants, universities, work centers ... It is a problem that can put our safety at risk, as we will see. We will explain what it is and also how to detect spoofing.

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HTTP error 407: what it means and how to avoid it

When browsing the Internet we can find different errors that prevent us from connecting to the network or using a specific service. In this article, we are going to talk about the HTTP 407 error. We are going to explain what it consists of, why it can appear, and what we have to do to solve it. It is accompanied by a message that tells us that proxy authentication is required.

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Why does my computer only connect via cable and not via Wi-Fi?

In order to surf the Internet, we have the option of connecting both wirelessly and by cable. They are two options that can have their positive and negative points depending on what circumstances. Now, sometimes one of the two doesn't work. The causes are diverse, as are the solutions.

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What types of brute force attacks are there

There are many attacks that can compromise our security and affect the devices, accounts, and services that we use on a day-to-day basis. It is important to avoid all kinds of threats, but especially those that can directly affect passwords and personal data. In this article, we are going to talk about what types of brute force attacks there are and what we can do to avoid them.

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This is how you must restart your WiFi (router) to make your internet faster

The internet has gone from being a luxury to a necessity. Being "online" today is essential and to achieve this we need a good connection. If this is your problem, you must restart your WiFi or router, to make your internet faster.

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Why is the future of the Internet the Meta Universe?

The meta-universe, as it is now described, will be the evolution of that original idea of ​​the Second Life - the parallel running of life in a virtual world with a digital avatar meeting other people's avatars - combined with social networks as they are known today.

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Think you have a good password? Check out what’s on this worst list

When it comes to data protection, weak passwords have proven to be a big problem

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Which ports should I open for PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, IPsec, and WireGuard VPNs

Today public Wi-Fi networks are widely used, but that does not mean that we do not have to take extreme precautions. In that sense, we must never forget about our security, and we must always have a VPN connection. Sometimes, there are times of the year such as summer vacations, Easter, or long weekends when having a service of this type is very necessary. For our greater peace of mind we should opt for a paid VPN, because the free ones sometimes end up selling part of our data. The other safe and free alternative is to create a VPN server at home, in this tutorial we are going to talk about which ports to open for a VPN if you use the PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, IPsec and WireGuard protocols.