About Damir Mujezinovic
Damir is a freelance writer and reporter whose work focuses on cybersecurity and online privacy. Damir has a background in content writing and digital journalism, and has written for various online publications since 2017, with his work being cited by numerous think tanks and reputable media organizations. Outside of writing, Damir enjoys reading, music, and film.
Emojis are for fun, not security.
Telegram and Signal mod apps are a security issue just waiting to happen.
Got a message from The Maureen Hinckley Foundation? She's a real millionaire, but that's not a real email...
Google might show that its systems "have detected unusual traffic" from your device. Does this mean you're infected with malware? Not necessarily...
SS7 is built into your daily life, but are there safe alternatives?
Smartphone mirroring puts you and your sensitive data at risk, so it's important to be aware of the warning signs.
Looking to buy event tickets from SeatGeek? First, you need to know if you can actually trust the site and whether it's legitimate.
Worried about your Wi-Fi security? Looking for an IP scanner? Here are some of the best Wi-Fi analyzers for you to try out.
There are a few signs you can look for to see if someone is closely following your activity on Instagram.
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These insidious attacks revolve around manipulating User Interface elements so you add personal information to a faked service...
Threads is owned by Meta, so you might be worried about how private your data is on the platform. But is Twitter any better? Let's find you.
Meta, owner of Facebook and Instagram, doesn't have a great track record when it comes to privacy, so is Threads private and secure enough to use?
What started out as a gaming platform has evolved into a thriving diverse community that kids use too. So how can you keep your children safe?