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A free download can help you detect botnet threats that typical security tools won't spot.
Use these tips to guard against security attacks related to your Facebook, MySpace, or Linked-In activity. Also, Bank of America's ShopSafe, Citibank's Virtual Card Numbers, and Discover's Secure Online Account Numbers make credit card-based shopping more secure.
If you use a social network, a Web browser, a public computer, or a cell phone, beware: Your PC, your bank account, and your personal privacy are at risk. Here are 17 common threats, with fixes for each one.
Microsoft's Remove Hidden Data tool makes sure that no embarrassing comments are left in your older Microsoft Office documents. For Office 2007, use the Document Inspector command to vet your metadata. Also: NASA tells you how to make sure blacked out info in electronic documents remains unavailable.
The Conficker worm, aka Downadup, has infected millions of PCs worldwide. Here's how to protect yourself.
Jorge Leal wants to protect his home PC from malware and other threats, and wants to know the best way to do that for free.
You don't necessarily need an expensive security suite to lock down Windows Vista. Here's how to do it using free software and a few easy system tweaks.
Use these smart mobile tech tricks to create your own wireless hotspot out of a phone or laptop in a pinch, protect your laptop from grab-and-dash thieves, and communicate with anyone anywhere.
Bob Carne wants to use Trend Micro Internet Security as added spyware protection, along with Norton 360. They don't play well together.
Fancy formatting can look ugly on certain clients or get trapped in spam filters.
Encrypting your hard disk to protect your data doesn’t have to be a daunting task, thanks to a large number of practical tools.
The Internet can be a dangerous place for children, but it's an increasingly necessary evil. Here's how to set up e-mail for your young'uns while maintaining parental control.
When installing a new messaging security system, you should pay attention to performance issues, the user experience, and management and operational costs.
BON3KRUSH3R wants to password protect certain folders. Should he use the NTFS-based encryption that comes with Windows?