Don't-Miss Security Stories
Sony's PSN data breach got all the headlines, but this sort of attack is hardly rare. Here's what should you know about such breaches, and how to protect your data.
There's a fine line between giving kids independence and being oblivious to what they're up to. Here's how to find that balance and keep your children from getting into trouble online, without unduly encroaching on their individual privacy.
Windows Defender isn't listed in Control Panel's uninstallers. Spiritchaser asked the Answer Line forum how to remove it.
Tom Guthrie wants to selectively remove the usernames, passwords, and other bits of text from his browser's AutoFill feature
Lock down your computer, your home network, your identity--even your phone.
Keith has Norton AntiVirus, Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, SUPERAntiSpyware, Windows Defender, and Windows Firewall. Is this overkill?
Robert emailed credit card information to a business. Should he cancel the credit card?
Amark found OpenCandy on a PC, and asked the Utilities forum if it's malicious
When you install Adobe Reader X, it tries to sneak a McAfee security scanner onto your system. A keen eye can help prevent this kind of thing.
Follow these tips to make scrolling in Mozilla Firefox much smoother, plus a public service announcement: don't take password security lightly.
With the right mix of open-source tools, protecting your PCs and your network doesn’t have to break your bottom line.
While virtual servers have proven a boon in the data center, they don't address the challenge of incrementally adding server capacity.
If you're storing your passwords in a Word document, Excel spreadsheet, or the like, you might as well just hand them over to hackers right now.
Locked out of your PC's administrator account? I revisit an old question with a new answer.