Articles by Katarina Glamoslija

Katarina Glamoslija

Katarina Glamoslija is Head Content Manager at SafetyDetectives. She has nearly a decade of experience researching, testing, and reviewing cybersecurity products and investigating best practices for online safety and data protection. Before joining SafetyDetectives, she was Content Manager and Chief Editor of several review websites, including one about antiviruses and another about VPNs. She also worked as a freelance writer and editor for tech, medical, and business publications. When she’s not a “Safety Detective”, she can be found traveling (and writing about it on her small travel blog), playing with her cats, and binge-watching crime dramas.

10 Most Dangerous Virus & Malware Threats in 2023
10 Most Dangerous Virus & Malware Threats in 2023
Viruses and malware are constantly evolving, becoming more advanced and more dangerous by the second, making it extremely difficult to keep your data protected. Unless you’re properly protected (which most people aren’t), you’re a...
Ransomware Facts, Trends & Statistics for 2023
Ransomware Facts, Trends & Statistics for 2023
Being ever-evolving as an attack tool, even the simplest form of ransomware can cost significant time and money, but more severe attacks can deal a crippling blow and even destroy a company completely, sparing no one — not even la...
How to Buy & Sell NFTs (And Stay 100% Safe) in 2023
How to Buy & Sell NFTs (And Stay 100% Safe) in 2023
Short on time? Here’s how to safely buy & sell NFTs in 2023: Set up a crypto wallet and use a password manager (like Dashlane) to create and store a strong wallet password. Securely store your crypto wallet private keys and rec...
How Python Became Hackers' Go-To Language
How Python Became Hackers' Go-To Language

The cyber landscape is constantly changing and growing. As technology advances, so does tech-based crime. Not only have the techniques developed, but they’ve also become more accessible to aspiring cybercriminals.

Ethical Hacking: What It Is and How To Do It
Ethical Hacking: What It Is and How To Do It

The word “hacking” has a seriously negative connotation, but there is a kind of hacking that benefits us all. “Ethical hacking,” also known as “white hat” hacking, happens with the explicit consent of the organization or website they are targeting to test out the security of their defenses. The process is known as “penetration testing,” or simply “pentesting.”

What Are Zero-Day Attacks?
What Are Zero-Day Attacks?

Software is everywhere—in banks, in schools, in hospitals, and in our homes—and advancements in technology have certainly made our lives easier.