Don't-Miss Security Stories
Find out why your documents won’t print, where your downloads disappear to, what a .dat file is, how those infernal toolbars invaded your browser, and much more.
The frequent patches for Reader and Java may seem like a hassle, but installing them is important.
If you're not careful, your browser might become cluttered with toolbars--both benign and malicious.
These tips and tricks will help you destroy old data and make sure that your old drives are wiped clean.
If you work in IT security, these tips can help make your work better in 2011 by reviewing the highs and lows of the past year.
A lot of people see a PC that won’t boot, and assume that it’s infected. That’s the least likely cause.
When we first heard about cloud computing, public clouds got most of the attention. But private clouds are set to grow in popularity.
Sometimes you have to get a little crazy to find the right solution to technology problems gone absurd.
Laptops can be stolen. Neoflyer asked the Answer Line forum for tips on protecting them.
Now that Google tweaked its search algorithm to downgrade sites like DecorMyEyes that have bad reputations, small businesses should re-examine their search engine optimization strategies.
NB asked me about precautions for banking online
The potential for losing tech talent is on the rise these days. Here's how to keep today's talent and groom tomorrow's players.
Facebook can be a scary place: It knows who your friends are, what you like, where you live, what you buy, and possibly even where you are right now. Here are 6 tips to help secure your personal information.