Securing Your Digital Life And Accessible Fitness Apps
On this week's episode, Marco discussed accessible fitness apps, Kirt reviewed Surfshark VPN and we chatted about how best to secure your digital life in order to protect yourself as best as you can from the internet nasties.
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We discussed privacy and security of your phone. While a VPN is not the answer to being “hack-proof”, it can go a long way to keeping you safe, particularly on public wireless networks.
- Kirt demonstrated Surfshark, his preferred VPN app and service.
- Learn more and get links to your platform of choice at the Surfshark Website
Nimer discussed the need of anti-virus programs on PC and phones.
- We recommend Sophos Home.
- Learn more and get links to your platform of choice at the Sophos Home website
Marco told us about the fitness apps he has tried on Android whilst he’s gone back to the gym and in next week’s show, he will demonstrate these, plus others that may be of interest.
Did you know??
Telegram is a great alternative to WhatsApp for your chatting needs. We have previously discussed the Android and iOS version. We discuss Unigram, a Windows app to use Telegram. Unigram is accessible with both Jaws for Windows and NVDA.
- Check out the Unigram github page, where you can learn about and download it.
- You can also get it from the Microsoft Store.
We addressed some comments from our web form, and a listener email this week.
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