Don't-Miss Security Stories
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.
No more excuses! Microsoft, Google, and Facebook make it easy to improve your account security with two-factor authentication. Here's how.
Arcticsid installed one antivirus program on a new PC that already had another. Then he asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum if that was a good idea.
The excuses end here! Get your PC into tip-top shape by performing these 12 simple tweaks.
Porcupins asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum if encryption standards like AES really make your data secure.
The browser's built-in security features are good but not perfect. Here's how to work around Chrome's shortcomings and protect yourself from attack.
In this Tech Tip video, we'll show you how to do more than just set a password to restrict access to your Wi-Fi network.
Windows 8 lets you use a series of gestures to log into your PC, a minor improvement with big implications for data thieves and desktop enthusiasts.
Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Carol asked why there's so much of it.