Don't-Miss Security software Stories
Trade bandwidth with a friend or business so they host your backup and you host theirs.
A. Spencer typed the wrong URL into Internet Explorer, and pop-ups came faster than he could close them.
Two PC World contributors square off to debate the necessity or nuisance of antimalware apps.
Locking down your business data doesn't have to cost a fortune. These security basics lay the foundation for network security.
Working at home may seem like a dream come true, but it can turn nightmarish once you add kids to the equation. Here's how to make your telecommute a little more child-friendly.
As your password collection grows unruly, look to these password tools to manage them all.
Keep your sensitive information out of the hands of interlopers with secure encryption software.
Laptop recovery services can rescue a stolen PC and keep your data out of the hands of thieves, as long as you choose the right service for your needs.
Mrs. Lynne wants to know how she can download software and be certain she's not getting something malicious.
Does your choice of browser affect your chances of being infected? You bet. We tested the top five browsers, and the results may surprise you.
A free download can help you detect botnet threats that typical security tools won't spot.
Keep your information safe even if you lose your USB thumb drive.
Lock access to your system's BIOS settings, boot sequence, and even hard drive.
The ProPay MicroSecure Card Reader weighs in at a scant 1.4 ounces, fits into a shirt pocket, and securely stores up to 71 transactions at a time.
You don't necessarily need an expensive security suite to lock down Windows Vista. Here's how to do it using free software and a few easy system tweaks.