Don't-Miss Security Stories
Securing your wireless network is a simple process that costs nothing and could save you from a disastrous network breach down the road.
Jane13434's PC is infected with something that three good security programs couldn't defeat.
As more employees bring smartphones and tablets to work, managing the devices, securing data, and fighting malware is critical.
Sometimes the ads that appear in your Google search results or in Gmail are a bit of a mystery.
Android phones are in high demand by workers, but they lack key security features. Here's how to make sure Android phones are used safely in your company.
Bvs1216 uses Microsoft Security Essentials. He asked the Answer Line forum if he needs to supplement it with additional protection.
Many of us rely on the Internet to get things done. Here are some tips and services to help you work smarter and more productively on the Web.
Spiderowych asked the Windows forum if he must upgrade from XP to Windows 7
These terrific tools and tips can rescue your wayward mobile devices and keep your personal data from falling into the wrong hands.
Atrrocket asked if it's best to shut off a PC every night or leave it on
MikeWik's PC got infected with rogue malware. He asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum for help.
Readers ask if they can access Webmail without an Internet connection, and whether using multiple security apps is a problem--the answers are yes and yes.
Too many security programs can slow down your PC and actually cause security problems. A better bet: stick with a minimal set of utilities.
Keith Stanley wants to know if he should logout of Web sites that require a login