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Platinum is the most secure setting for precious gems. Here are some setting types to consider.

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You Aren't Using These 10 Simple Security Settings

Your online security is important. Take it seriously! Follow these important tips.

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The Most Important Security Settings to Change on Your Router

Your router is the first line of defense against hackers trying to access all the internet-connected devices in your home. Sadly, many of the top Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack. You should be concerned—and also make sure your router is set up properly.

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from Lifehacker

The Most Important Security Settings to Change on Your Router

Your router is the first line of defense against hackers trying to access all the internet-connected devices in your home. Sadly, many of the top Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack. You should be concerned—and also make sure your router is set up properly.

Gemstones come in a huge variety of colours, shapes and sizes and are a great way of representing your personal style, or birthstone. Vibrant, coloured gemstones such as yellow, pink and cognac diamonds and sapphires, emeralds and rubies give platinum jewellery a fresh, bold look. The classic colourless diamond is timeless and with a natural whiteness that never fades and won't reflect colour into the diamond platinum is the perfect and most secure setting.

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from Lifehacker

The Most Important Security Settings to Change on Your Router

Your router is the first line of defense against hackers trying to access all the internet-connected devices in your home. Sadly, many of the top Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack. You should be concerned—and also make sure your router is set up properly.

Google's new 'My Account' lets you tweak privacy and security settings

This is Lifestraw Community and it can filter 26,000 gallons of water! You may be familiar with the Lifewater straw, but did you know they have a gravity fed system that can provide water to an entire community? Lifestraw Community, pictured below,, can purify between 70,000-100,000 liters of water. That's 18,000- 26,000 gallons of water, which is enough to serve community settings for several years and it doesn't require electrical power or batteries. http://happypreppers.com/Lifestraw.html

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You Aren't Using These 10 Simple Security Settings

Online security isn't just a good idea anymore -- it's an essential safety measure for anyone using the web. Take these 10 simple precautions right now.

In an open letter that is set to be released, the retired generals and military…

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