In this week’s mailbag, learn how to store a secret cache of survival gear, which models to try if you’re looking for a shotgun with less recoil and how to create a simple Faraday cage out of household items. Plus, one reader offers a fantastic solution for protecting your data if you choose to use cloud storage.
The debate about whether the government has the right to access encrypted data on personal devices is not going away anytime soon. The FBI claims their actions are necessary to thwart terrorism, while tech companies (including Apple) maintain this practice raises serious privacy concerns.
There is no doubt in my mind that we will see cyberattacks increase in the coming year. Whether it’s stealing personal information or attacking a company with ransomware, these crimes are easy to commit from anywhere in the world, making them extremely profitable for hackers. With that in mind, here are the top three cyber threats I believe we will face in 2018.
This week’s mailbag covers what you should do in the event of a nuclear attack (including what supplies to have if you have to go outside afterward), how to download and install my go-to virtual private network (plus why it’s important to have a VPN in the first place) and the best way to protect your home from top to bottom.
This week’s roundup of must-read articles covers protecting yourself from viruses of all kinds as well as how to stay warm in a winter blackout, what to do to avoid being kidnapped and one more reason you should be able to evacuate your home in 10 minutes or less.
This week, learn how to build your survival food storage cheaply and easily — even if you’re on a fixed income. Also, discover where to buy an affordable gas mask, whether a fireproof safe will work as a Faraday cage and how to find out if your VPN stores any information on you.
The bottom line is we know the government conducts surveillance on civilians. This is one of the many reasons you need to take your privacy into your own hands and enact these five steps to protect yourself.
In this week’s mailbag, you’ll discover what firearm I recommend as a runner-up for home defense, the best indoor security camera for under $100, what radio frequencies you should tune in to in an emergency — and more.