Stay Safe in the Dark

Sites on the Dark Web Have Several Motivations to Unmask Their Visitors So, there you are, finally on the private sections of a dark market. You have established reputation and credibility with your targets. Suddenly, you get exposed as a “rat” and banned for life. They grab your escrowed cryptocurrency, and you are back at […]

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5 Tips on the Month
Data Security

Why bother with cybersecurity if you are not the one responsible for it? Because even if you don’t work in IT, cybersecurity is still part of your job, and if something goes wrong because of you, you may be held accountable. For those who work in large corporate environments, the best starter is to follow […]

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AI Coming to Winnipeg

What is Artificial intelligence (AI) With AI becoming more and more prevalent, we start asking the question. “What is Artificial intelligence (AI)“ Definition of artificial intelligence A branch of computer science dealing with the simulation of intelligent behavior in computers The ability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior A more thorough definition of […]

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Password Who Needs Them

Why do we need secure passwords When you think of a “hacker,” what do you picture? If you’re like most people, it’s probably some kind of hoodie-wearing miscreant with black fingernail polish, a laptop plastered with snarky stickers and an array of empty energy drink cans surrounding them. If you’re like me, you probably also […]

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IBM AI Powered Malware

IBM researchers developed AI powered malware to demonstrate future threat models IBM researchers at Black Hat USA 2018 announced their development of DeepLocker. A system described as a highly targeted and evasive attack tool powered by AI. The new tool is designed to better understand how several existing AI models can be combined with current […]

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7 Ways to Increase Website Security, Without Sacrificing UX
Data Security

Did you know that the longest word in the English dictionary is 189,891 letters long? It is (and you can see a full spelling here). This word is the name for a protein dubbed “Tintin” and would take you more than 3 and a half hours to say out loud. Pretty crazy, right? But why […]

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What’s New for Designers

What kind of projects are you working on? It might be the hotter days (with more time at a computer) that have me focused on ways to enhance productivity. In this month’s roundup of new design tools and information, you’ll find plenty of helpful items that relate to workflow. UnDraw UnDraw is a curated collection […]

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3 Handy New Features in Chrome DevTools

Chrome DevTools are consistently marching forward and providing us with helpful new features that make our lives as web designers easier. In this roundup we’ll be checking out three of the handiest recent additions. Let’s jump in! 1. Inspect and Modify CSS Variable Values If you were using CSS variables in your CSS, up until […]

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A Guide to Technology Stacks

A technology stack or tech stack for short refers to a set of technologies, software, and tools that are used in the development and deployment of sites, apps, and other digital products. For example, a classic technology stack is the LAMP stack. The LAMP stack is traditionally used for creating an environment for running PHP […]

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Common WordPress Errors & How to Fix Them

WordPress is an incredibly stable Content Management System that many people use (including On-Call!) due to the ease of use and level of customization available. With its widespread use and huge number of developers contributing to it, it’s difficult to guarantee that nothing will ever go wrong. Here are a few common WordPress problems that […]

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