Don't-Miss Security software Stories
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?
Microsoft's stock Windows Defender app protects your Windows 8 PC against all sorts of nasties, but OEMs can disable the software to install an antivirus trial. Here's how to turn it back on.