Tech HS is the technical wing of Hoax-Slayer
Here, I spread my wings a little. Not all material in this section is specifically related to scams, hoaxes, or computer security issues. In the course of my normal hoax slaying endeavours, I come across many interesting, compelling, and useful topics, products, and services that almost beg me to write about them. Tech HS is home to a growing collection of articles on a range of tech-related topics including website security, web development, computer tips, and Internet tips. It’s also home to various software, service, and resource reviews.
If you are a blogger, then you are probably always on the lookout for free blog images to use in your posts. A great image can add real value to your content.
Spam “SEO” emails that look like domain name invoices are designed to trick the unwary into believing that their domain is expiring and they must click a link to renew.
Emails purporting to be from a domain name registration entity in China, warn that someone is applying to register a series of domain names based on the recipient’s brand name or existing domain name.
This message outlines the difference between the HTTP and HTTPS protocols and explains why it is important to ensure that a web page is secure.