Rimzhim Sharma

Rimzhim Sharma is a content writer at WeTheGeek. An engineer by qualification, she discovered her penchant for writing all things tech and cool, quite by chance. Loves to write how-to articles and tips/hacks on Windows and Mac. Alongside, she also has a keen interest in exploring newest technology trends and gadgets. An existential hodophile by nature, when not writing, Rimzhim is likely to be found reading, babbling with friends, exploring music, or simply digging into her favorite foods.

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Cyber Security, Hacking News - 2017-01-14

Essential Skills to Master the Art of Hacking!

“Welcome aboard Sir, you have been selected to join us as a Hacker!” Sounds a bit peculiar isn’t it? Well, there are actually some organizations who appoint aspiring individuals to work with them under the designation of “Hacker”.  Hackers are not always that ‘Guy in the black hoodie’ living on the terrace of a ruined…

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Ransomware - 2017-01-19

How Businesses Can Defend Ransomware Attack

Not a day goes by when we don’t see a barrage of ransomware related headlines! The threat of ransomware is has gripped everyone—it’s scary and growing at a rapid rate.  Sadly, ransomware is becoming an increasingly popular way for malware authors to extort money from companies and individuals alike. There are a variety of tactics…

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Tech Facts, Tech News - 2017-01-12

How Google and Facebook Make Money

Here’s your answer! If Google charged even a dime for every single search we make, then by now our bank accounts would be totally drained. Do you think you’ll ever post a status on Facebook or check in to your favorite restaurant if it instantly leads to a payment gateway page? Penny for your thoughts!…

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Cyber Security - 2021-05-05

7 Ways to Protect your Online Privacy

Cybercriminals are giving us too many reasons to be wary when it comes to the digital space. Anytime we connect to the Internet, we are vulnerable to identity theft. As they say “One man’s trash can be another man’s treasure”.  No matter how baffling it may sound, but it is true in this scenario. A…

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Hacking News - 2017-01-10

How Internet Crime Gangs Meet Online!

Cyber criminals have always been masters in flying under the radar. This is one common trait which all hackers in the ascended race inherit somehow. But have you ever wondered how these cyber crooks manage to meet online—not to forget the security constraints. How do you think they communicate and strategize their operations? During midnight…

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Hacking News - 2017-01-09

10 Common Techniques Used by Modern Day Hackers!

Cyber villains often come up with new tools and tactics in order to hoax naïve users. These innovative techniques are exploiting systems and networks of even the savviest users. As a lot of cyber-criminal activities are being committed nowadays, government has started spending a considerable amount of money to increase cyber security. Even the major…

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For Mac, Top 10 - 2020-12-28

10 Best Mac Apps you don’t want to miss

No matter whether you are using Mac for a while or purchased it some weeks ago, we are sure at some point of time you all must’ve wondered “Which are the applications that I must install?”. Imagine yourself in a store full of candies whilst you are standing all confused deciding which ones to pick…

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Outlook Help, Tips & Tricks - 2018-07-09

How to Rebuild Outlook for Mac 2011 Database?

This article describes how to rebuild the identity database to resolve problems of Microsoft Outlook for Mac 2011. If you are facing any of the following problems, then the database might be damaged, and you might have to rebuild your identity database by using the Microsoft Database Utility: Outlook doesn’t open, stops responding, or quits…

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The Firefox logo isn’t a fox

It is a common misbelief that the furry creature in the Firefox logo is a fox thanks to its name. But it is rather a Red Panda.