Don't-Miss Security Stories
Arcticsid asked the Answer Line forum if his ISP can "sit back…watch a screen, and see everything you are doing at any given time?"
Joyce V's computer is having trouble with security programs--a strong indication that her computer may be infected with malware
This first installment in an ongoing series will cover everything you need to know about lighting control.
GoGators complained to the Answer Line forum about his hacked Twitter account.
Coastie65 is nowhere near Malaysia, but friends are getting email claiming that he's stranded in Kuala Lumpur. He asked the Web Browsing and Email forum for help.
Thinking about encrypting your Apple or Android tablet? The process can be daunting, but here's how to do it.
Enddylopez asked the Hard Drives, NAS Drives, Storage forum about password protecting a flash drive
Robert Conner asked me to define the various words for different types of programs.
If the DNSChanger rootkit has infected your PC, you'll lose access to the Internet when the FBI shuts down DNSChanger's surrogate DNS servers. Here's how to determine whether you're infected, and what to do if you are.
Jeff Hudgins removed the hard drive from a dying computer, and via USB plugged it into a new PC. But he can't access his files. They're encrypted.
PCWorld's editors band together to solve the greatest PC mysteries! Find out why your PC beeps on startup, what a .dat file is, how USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 differ, and much more!
Data encryption is a complicated subject, but our top-level overview and general guide to email encryption will help you understand the basics. Learn to encrypt your Internet connection, sent and stored email with this basic tutorial.
Properly clear off old data from a flash drive, hard-disk drive, solid-state drive, or hybrid hard drive--at no cost.