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We just had to share this little tool with you. The nice guys from Visual.ly created a tool called “Twitter Showdown” which compares two Twitter profiles in a very nice looking Infographics. See below if you do not care about reading …
Having recently launched our debut product FULL-DISKfighter MAC for the Mac App Store we’ve naturally spent a lot of time checking out the the Mac marketplace and Apple products. Sitting in one of those pleasant combined cafe and bookstores a few days …
From time to time, we ask our users about computer security and computer usage issues by having them answering short surveys. Previously, we covered aggression and computers, but this time we have decided to take a look at Android phone …
Now that we got your attention, we would like to say a word or two about spam chat bots. What is a chat bot exactly? It is an advanced piece of software with the ability to converse almost like humans …
There is something that always puzzles us here at SPAMfighter. For some reason, a large percentage of computer users do not utilize anti-virus or anti-spyware programs – up to 50% of computer users in the U.S. are not protected.