Don't-Miss Security Stories
An incredibly sneaky identity-theft tactic surfaced earlier this week when Mozilla's creative lead of Firefox unveiled what's become known as "tabnapping."
USANomad asked the Answer Line forum how to let visiting friends wirelessly access the Internet but not his PC
Looking to sell your old PC or other data-filled gadget? Here’s what you need to know to keep your personal information safe.
Essential patches popped up for all the big browsers. Plus: Excel and Moviemaker updates, and watch out for F1.
Coolfoster asked the Answer Line forum for a secure way to remember passwords
Michael asked how to safely email passwords, account numbers, and other sensitive information
Michael Gersten wants to be absolutely sure malware can’t interfere with his security scan
A piggybacking rootkit plagues XP, ‘kill bits’ patch IE, and both Adobe and Firefox update.
Seven ways to improve your computing life by changing the way you use your computer.
Deb asked the Answer Line forum how she can remove a Trojan from an infected .dll file.
Close the hole used by Chinese hackers. Plus: An essential Adobe update.
Theft by hacking is now the top cause of companies’ reported data losses, but a few steps can mitigate the damage.
Whether on a USB drive, an external hard drive, or a mobile phone, data is going out the door--but what if the device is lost?
Jeremy Sutherland asked if it’s really a good idea to supplement your regular antivirus program with another one
Robert Pepe wants to know if XP will still be safe after Microsoft ends support in 2014