Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Amateur Hacking Made Easy with FireSheep

Recently there has been a lot of talk and controversy on the web about a new add-on for the web browser FireFox called FireSheep. FireSheep is a Firefox extension that demonstrates HTTP session hijacking attacks.  After a user installs the FireSheep add-on to their version of FireFox, they can push a button that starts capturing […]

News You Can Use: April 2010

Welcome to Spring! Here are a few tips and some news from WebMedley. (If you’ve got ideas or questions, send them in.) Performing a Mail Merge using Google Apps and GMail Many of our readers now use GMail and some have tested Google Apps (the Google version of MS Office online). You can learn how […]

What Does Google Know About You?

Posted In News, Security, Social Media

You may want to have a look at what they know about you and what’s publicly accessible. The web site is and its easy to see what they show to the world. With just a few clicks you can make most of the info public or private. Check it out and make sure you […]