Connecting your Apple TV to a Hotel Wi-Fi network

OK so you’re travelling, and you’ve decided you can’t be without your Apple TV. You’ve checked into your Hotel, and the Hotel has Wi-Fi. But how can you connect to access all your content? It’s actually quite a simple process. But you do have a few things you need to prepare before you travel. Let’s go through the process. Preparation (do this before you leave home!) Find your Apple TV MAC address AppleTV MAC address First of all you need to find your MAC Address. »

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A mini Hosts File tutorial

So, Ive had a few requests for a tutorial on blocking certain websites, and everyone on a Mac who has ever browsed the internet at length has been no doubt bombarded with prompts to install… lets call it ‘MacSleeper’. Whether or not you need it, ill leave up to you to decide. But if you want to block accidental installation (or block any website for that matter), then this mini tutorial is for you. »

Set up a personal VPN in less than 15mins

We wont go into why you need a personal VPN, as there are many other blog posts which go into this in great detail. Let’s just get straight to the point and create our very own personal VPN. *This tutorial is going to focus on macOS and iOS, but can easily be applied to Windows or Linux. So, Lets go! First of all we need a VPS (Virtual Private Server) to host our personal VPN, I’ve chosen DigitalOcean, as its reasonably priced, and best of all - super easy to setup. »

Tracking - tips and hints to stay safe and protect your privacy while browsing online

We have scoured the internet and discovered some great tools to help you maintain your Privacy and keep you secure from tracking and online profiling. With the advent of Social media sites such as Facebook, and Twitter we have become much more open to the idea of sharing personal details on the internet. But while the thought of casually sharing some pics of our weekend bar-b-que with friends is a great way of keeping in touch with our various social circles - we do need to be smart and take some precautions while surfing the information super highway. »

A Guide to Protecting Your Personal Information and Protecting Your Privacy

Everything you do online is stored on your computer. You may have heard of terms like cookies and the cache on your PC or Mac. Companies try to say that they’re good to personalize your experience, but they’re gathering data on you. They’re taking personal information and storing it for your future visit. Third party companies can use some of the information to create target ads. Isn’t it time to protect your online privacy? »