Don't-Miss Security software Stories
You keep your passwords safely stored in KeePass on your Windows PC. Here's how to access them in Android, as well.
Make sure you don't get hacked, never lose an image, always have a backup, and keep your online profiles in tip-top, non-embarrassing shape.
Susan Taylor worries that password managers may not be sufficiently secure. "What if the password manager company is hacked?"
Having a hard time keeping all your password information straight? A password manager can take the guesswork out of logging in.
Password managers help you keep more passwords than you can memorize. Eric asked if he could carry one on a flash drive.
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.
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.
Have notebook, will travel? Here's how to protect your valuable notebook against prying eyes, snatching hands, and malicious Wi-Fi connections.
Think your anti-virus program is causing a conflict with some other program? Here's how to switch it off for temporary troubleshooting.
Distributed Denial of Service events and other cyber-attacks are an unfortunate inevitability of doing business on the Web.
James R. Miller has a new computer and will be donating his old one. He asked for advice about preparing his old PC for the transition.
Davikokar launched a program even though Norton warned that it was a Trojan. A subsequent hard drive scan revealed nothing bad. Davikokar then asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum if Norton had given a false positive?