facebook logo with keyWelcome back to the third part of this Facebook privacy series. In part 1 and part 2 I showed you how to hide your profile content from public view. In this part we are going to examine how to fine-tune the general privacy settings of your profile. General privacy settings determine the default behaviour of your profile when you share content. (more…)

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Facebook PasswordWelcome to the second part of this Facebook privacy series. In part one we looked at how to identify and restrict privacy settings on the Timeline, profile picture and the cover photos. In this article we are going to continue with other pages of the Facebook profile. (more…)

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Facebook Lock!Privacy and Facebook don’t go that well together. While Facebook wants us to share our personal information openly with everyone, most of us just want to share it with only people we know and trust. Thankfully, over the years Facebook has added some privacy features to reduce the exposure. However, most of these features are hard to find and not very obvious to novice users.

In this article I am going to show you how to use these features effectively to protect your Facebook profile privacy. (more…)

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When you install Kali Linux or Backtrack on a Windows machine, GRUB is installed as the default boot manager. By default, GRUB is configured to boot the newly installed Linux installation after a countdown. In this article I am going to show you how to change the default boot OS back to Windows. (more…)

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