Internet is a tool that we use every day. In addition to using it to communicate with others, there are more and more people who visit different websites to buy clothes, books, toys or even to make the purchase of the week and thus save the time it takes us to go to the supermarket.Whatever the tasks we do on the network or the utility we give to the Internet, we have to have one very clear thing: we must protect all our data correctly. Through the Internet, there are people who are able to know the personal data of others and even steal them without having to leave home. Image: iStock Today there are many different cyber threats that we can find on the web. And although there are already professionals who fight to eliminate them, there are some that continue to evolve, thus becoming the most dangerous of all. What are the biggest threats on the Internet? Phishing is one of the most popular ways to steal information on the Internet. This specialty within the “cyber theft”, consists of sending emails to the victims posing as a reliable website. The objective? That users put their data and thus steal the password and bank details. To avoid this threat, you have to explore the email and everything you put in it before sending any information. No company would ask for such sensitive data by mail. Other threats such as ‘viruses’, ‘worms’ or even ‘botnets’ and large-scale attacks, are other dangerous practices that can be used to infect our devices and steal personal information. Having the antivirus well updated and performing regular analyzes on its status is essential to avoid these security threats.In addition to these, there are many other threats that are a danger to anyone who uses the Internet. Cybercrime increases every year and more and more ingeniously that it is very difficult to control, so to be protected the main thing is to be aware of how dangerous the internet can be and to navigate with caution through its networks. Internet is full of cyber threatsPerforming regular analyzes is essential for cybersecurity.
Hyundai Kona Electric Gets Range Downgraded Too: Follows Kia Niro EV The Hyundai Kona electric is powered by a single electric motor powering the front wheels, delivering 201 horsepower and 290lb-ft (393Nm) of torque. In turn, the Kona will be able to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in around 7.5 seconds. However, it’s the range that really makes a difference with the Kona: thanks to its 64 kWh battery, it will come with an EPA estimated range of 258 miles (415 kilometers). In comparison, the entry-level Tesla Model 3 comes with a similar EPA estimated range of 260 miles (418 kilometers). On the other hand, a more comparable (model and size wise) Jaguar I-Pace, comes with an EPA estimated range of 234 miles (376 kilometers) – but with a starting price tag of $69,500 – way more than the Hyundai Kona electric, by all means.No wonder that many are calling the Hyundai Kona the next best thing to the more expensive Teslas. The video below gives us a detailed look at the entry-level electric crossover from the South Korean carmaker. It dives into the design details, shows us its several performance aspects and gives us an in-depth view of the various features of the Kona in general. In turn, this provides a lot of backing towards labeling Kona as the next best thing since to the Tesla.Sales start in early 2019, and we have no doubt we’ll be seeing the Kona in large quantities over the next couple of months. Furthermore, Hyundai is not over the tax credit limit, so the limitations that Tesla will face are still yet to be experienced by this carmaker. Overall, all the positive aspects, the tax credit and the rather impressive bang for buck aspect, will probably make the Hyundai Kona electric one of the highest selling EVs in the next year. The small crossover from the South Korean carmaker certainly has a lot going for itself.Clearly, Tesla is still not ready to give you that $35,000 entry-level electric car. In turn, that means that some of the already available electric cars in that price range, ones that tick all the boxes, might eat away at Tesla’s sales – even if just for a little bit. One of those, the 2019 Hyundai Kona, is considered by many as one of the best “next best things” to the more expensive Tesla models.The Hyundai Kona makes for a perfect choice for your next electric vehicle. With a starting price of $36,450 – which can, if we subtract the $7,500 federal tax credit could come to a mere $28,950 for a fully battery powered vehicle. Then, there are the various state incentives that can reduce that number even more. If you live in California, for example, you could be looking at an overall starting price of just $26,450. In turn, there’s not a lot of electric cars on the market that can beat its value for moneyMore about the Hyundai Kona Hyundai Kona Electric Makes Ward’s 2019 10 Best “Engines” List Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on December 16, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle News Hyundai Kona Electric Charging Rates Compared: 39-kWh vs 64-kWh