Don't-Miss Security Stories
Some of the agency's countersurveillance tips are easy for anyone to implement.
From phishers to hackers to all sorts of attackers, here's what you need to know to stay safe on the Web.
Wash the car: check. Weed the garden: check. But don't forget to work through your tech chores.
Ads and toolbars are the scum and villainy of the browser world. Eliminate them quickly and make sure they never come back with these simple tips.
This utility is so good, I'm even going to pay for the premium version.
Child predators, pornography, online bullying—kids can stumble into all sorts of trouble online. Make sure your PC, mobile devices, and social networks are safe with these simple tips.
Mgentry2 asked the Windows forum to recommend password managers that can " keep track of both online passwords and desktop application passwords (Outlook, Quicken, etc.)."
Rommel asked the Utilities forum for advice on cleaning files off a hard drive so that they can never be restored
You have the right to be secure in your electronic communications. Here are a few tips on how to do it.
Snuffing out viruses and malware is serious business. Here's how to diagnose, treat, and protect an ailing PC.
Fend off malware, phishers, and their ilk by exercising Firefox's built-in security features and picking some useful add-ons.
Russell Caplan still uses Office 2003, which Microsoft will stop supporting next year. He asked if he will need to upgrade to a more current version.
In this video Tech Tip, we'll show you how to make life harder on hackers by coming up with more complex passwords.
In honor of "Password Day," McAfee shares some tips on creating hack-proof passwords.