Don't-Miss Security Stories
Bad people stalk the social network. Here's what you need to do if someone continually gives you trouble.
Choosing the right VPN for you is hard enough. Why make it harder by having to muck about with network settings?
Protect and clear your data—and then sell, donate, or recycle your old phone.
When you take your laptop to a library or café, you take a risk. But if you know what you're doing, you can minimize that risk.
If you haven't done this with your router yet, do so STAT to make sure it's nice and secure.
You keep selected files or folders encrypted on your internal drive. But are they protected when you use an online backup service?
All your pricey electronics are juicy targets for hackers and sticky-fingered thieves. Here's how to reduce your risks while traveling.
You’re only a few taps away from peace of mind.
In the third time since 2011, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has shut down another operation selling bogus tech support to Windows PC owners.
We all have files that we'd rather not share with hackers and thieves (and maybe even our spouses). Here's how to put them in a place where no one else can open them.
Just because they're your friends doesn't mean they won't totally troll your Facebook if given the chance.
If you've got a problem with your PC. The Microsoft Store may be able to fix it for you for free.
The 'Shellshock' Bash shell bug is a big deal, but it's relatively easy to keep your home PC safe.