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.

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Heartbleed – What Can You Do To Stay Safe?

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The Heartbleed SSL vulnerability is making headlines around the world – and misreporting in the press and online is causing confusion. How can you stay safe and ensue your personal details aren’t leaked? What Is Heartbleed? Well, It’s Not A Virus You’ve probably heard Heartbleed described as a virus. This isn’t the case: in fact, […]

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Windows XP may be dead, but it’s not yet gone. Over 27% of computers connected to the Internet still run Windows XP. Here’s exactly what “end of support” means for Windows XP systems.

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Android Gets A Security Update To Better Sniff Out Malicious Apps

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Rolling out to all phones and tablets running Android 2.3+ is an update to the Verify Apps feature that will now continuously check apps for malicious activity, keeping your Android device even safer.

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Why You Should Replace Microsoft Security Essentials With A Proper Antivirus

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Microsoft threw its hat in the anti-virus arena in 2009 with Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), a tool that runs on Windows XP, 7 and 8. The move received early praise, as it seemed strange that the company had gone so long without providing even the most basic anti-virus protection, and early tests showed MSE to […]

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