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.
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?
You might be skeptical of all social networks, so does Discord deserve such ire? Is it secure for you to use or are there security and privacy issues?
Has Chrome, Edge, or another browser given you the option to "save password"? Here's why you shouldn't, and what to do instead.
Looking to check whether something has been created by artificial intelligence? Detectors often don't work and that's bad news for your security.
You don't have to visit adult NSFW websites to be targeted by pornware. In fact, it can affect everyone. So what can you do about pornware?
Spyware can be used by hackers, or even by loved ones. How can you tell if someone is tracking you? And what can you do about it?
Artificial intelligence can sound like the President. Or it can sound like you or me. So what cybersecurity risk does AI voice cloning software pose?
Have you signed up with a company that offers you a free trial period? They come with a lot of caveats, so be careful you don't get scammed.
Noticed something funny going on with your browser? You might've fallen victim to a browser hijacker. Here's what you need to know.