Bogus LinkedIn emails can infect your computer with ZeuS, a password-stealing Trojan. I know, because it just happened to me.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it: Build a crack special ops team ready to tackle the toughest IT assignments.
Rumors are swirling that Facebook is getting into the smartphone business. If true, that could be bad news for you and me.
Four out of five Americans have information on their PCs they want to keep private, says Harris Interactive. Time to start listening to them.
Analysis: Yes, my Web site was hacked. What was almost as damaging, though, were the tools set up to warn people about it.
The social network giant is testing a feature that makes it easier to follow a single person's activity but will it become a stalker's best friend?
A rogues gallery of the oddballs who populate the wonderful world of IT.
Facebook is testing a feature that makes it easier to follow a single person's activity. Will it become a stalker's best friend?
Analysis: Apple's Ping is a new iTunes-based social network. Unfortunately, it's already beset with a very old problem: rampant comment spam.
If you're going to use Facebook, don't be a Faceboob. It could cost you your job, your marriage, and your freedom.
Flash cookies can be used to track you across the Web without telling you. Here's how to cut their heads off.
Do you desperately long for an Apple iPad? Don't accept any invitations to Facebook iPad events. You'll be sorry.
It turns out that the Dislike Button isn't a scam -- at least, not this one.
A Facebook scam involving a bogus Dislike button has gone viral. Maybe it's time for Facebook to offer a real one instead.