Don't-Miss Security Stories
There's an easier way to get into Windows: setting up a numerical PIN, just like you'd use with a bank ATM. Here's how to do it.
Take some time this weekend to secure your PC without spending a dime.
Cloud backup is the easiest way to get the security of off-site backup for your important files. Here's how to choose and use one of these services.
If your PC knows your Wi-Fi password, but you don't, these tips will help.
Windows 10 can be intrusive. If it isn't having Cortana follow you around online, it's logging your keystrokes or sending you personalized ads. We show you four ways to keep Windows out of your business.
VPN provider Hotspot Shield has add-ons for Firefox and Chrome to help keep your web browsing secure quickly and easily.
In the past, if you had a backup of your files, you could avoid paying ransomware. Malware developers claimed to have added a new twist, threatening to publish the data of anyone who has not paid.
Lenovo consumer PCs used to have a lot of bloatware, but the company cleaned up its act after getting burned on one bad program earlier this year.
Arrange to give loved ones access to key online accounts. Don't worry, you won't lose control.
Connection errors are annoying, but they usually require a simple fix.
Need antivirus for your PC, but not sure which of the numerous programs to choose from? Let some independent test data be your guide.
Your mobile IP address isn't likely to be stolen. But you still need to take precautions.
Caller ID is easy to spoof and it’s leading to a host of real threats, from account recovery fraud to marketing scams to malicious pranks resulting in SWAT teams showing up at a victim's door.
Cloud storage is convenient, but you can remove any concerns about security or other issues if you do what they do yourself.
Instead of just waiting for your phone manufacturer to issue a patch, there are a few ways you can be proactive.
Online attackers are increasingly targeting websites to make a statement, send spam or flood someone else’s network. Protecting your online brand requires vigilance.
More than a billion phones will be equipped with near-field communications technology in 2015, potentially opening up new vectors for attack.