If you can't — or don't want to — spend the money to renew your security software, there are free alternatives. But there is a minor catch.
Computer users as a whole have become more savvy and are better able to recognize phony web sites when they encounter them.
Things were different — but not that different — when I was growing up!
Analysis: Internet Explorer 8 beats rivals. Or so says Redmond.
Analysis: Today's employees see companies as old-fashioned and not competitive if they can’t (or won’t) maintain the latest equipment available.
I love Apple's computers, but the more people that buy them, the bigger malware target they become.
Analysis: Any intriguing news event is fodder for miscreants who try to lure eager readers to bogus sites distributing malicious code.
Why I'd prefer a scan over some stranger physically patting me (or my wife and kids) down.
Analysis: How do you fix a machine with malware so entrenched in the OS that nothing can remove it?
Microsoft patches Windows versions of PowerPoint, but Mac users won't get the same protection until June.
Analysis: The recession is fueling a trend toward penny-pinching, and helping drive the green movement in IT.
When it comes to technology, security is a relative term.
Leak of user data should serve as another reminder that we all have to remain hyper-vigilant.
Share malware the new, old-fashioned way!
Now that Yahoo says it will retain Web search data for only three months, Google and Microsoft may do the same.
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