Don't-Miss Security Stories
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.
What’s secure and what’s not, and how to make sure your devices don’t get hacked the next time you step out of the house.
As the list of infected Android apps grows, here is our advice on how to protect your Android smartphone from malware.
Protect yourself for free with Flagfox for Firefox and BufferZone Pro; try the streamlined Sumatra PDF for basic needs.
The System Restore feature in Windows 7 lets you troubleshoot and repair your system by traveling back to a time before the problem began.
Find out what you need to know about someone--or find out the information that's out there about you--without spending any money.
Whether a natural disaster or something more nefarious causes you to lose an Internet connection, dial-up can offer online access when all else fails.
Does your government have an Internet kill-switch? Read our guide to Guerrilla Networking and be prepared for when the lines get cut.
A free browser plug-in will help you avoid sites that might threaten your PC.