Security Matters

Keeping your personal and online data private and secure is paramount. We’ll help you to stay safe online with the best firewall and anti-virus software, manage your passwords and how to recognise scams and security risks.



4 Easy Ways To Find Out Who Is Looking For You Online

21 hours ago

Testing A New Operating System? Stay Secure With A Virtual Machine

23 hours ago

1.2 Million Routers Are Vulnerable To Being Hijacked. Is Yours One Of Them?

6 days ago

How To Stop The POODLE Exploit From Biting Your Browser

6 days ago

Smartphone Privacy Settings You Need To Activate Today

1 week ago

How To Really Speed Up Your Computer – Common Myths & What To Do Instead

1 week ago

Do Siri, Cortana & Google Now Need Too Much Personal Data?

1 week ago

Did Your Dropbox Account Really Get Hacked?

15th October, 2014

How Anyone Can Find Your Personal Details Via Twitter With Tinfoleak

15th October, 2014

How Traditional TV Is Dying, Dropbox Was Not Hacked, And More… [Tech News Digest]

15th October, 2014

How to Use Remote Access Efficiently, Safely & Securely

14th October, 2014

The Snappening: Hundreds of Thousands of Snapchats May Have Been Leaked

13th October, 2014

Which Android App Is Displaying Popup Adverts?

13th October, 2014

The Google Doctor Is In, The Snappening Is Happening, And More… [Tech News Digest]

13th October, 2014

What Is The Best Free Antivirus Software? [MakeUseOf Poll]

12th October, 2014

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How To Really Speed Up Your Computer – Common Myths & What To Do Instead

October 21, 2014

Suffering from a slow computer? You might not know why and maybe you’re trying to fix it in all the wrong ways. Let us help you with tips for a real speed boost.


FBI Ransomware Hits Android: How To Avoid Getting It, And Remove It

October 2, 2014

Learn how to keep your Android device safe from FBI Ransomware with these tips.


Your USB Devices Aren’t Safe Anymore, Thanks To BadUSB

October 7, 2014

If you bought a computer before 1997, you probably noticed that the back was a pock-marked mess of connectors and ports. And if you bought a new printer and scanner, odds were good it would only work with a certain type of port. And if the pins on the connector broke, your device was worthless. […]


Why The Windows 10 Technical Preview Should Not Be Your Main OS

October 10, 2014

If you think Windows 10 is a keylogger, you know nothing about the purpose of a Technical Preview. That’s OK because we’re here to explain.

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