Security Matters - page 6

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.


Privacy In The UK: The Data Retention And Investigation Powers Bill

26th July, 2014

Got Shared Hosting And Worried About Security? Here’s What You Need To Know

25th July, 2014

Cybercrime Goes Offline: The Role of Bitcoins In Ransom and Extortion

24th July, 2014

What Does Facebook Selling Your Data Mean For Privacy?

23rd July, 2014

Just How Dangerous Is It To Share Your Information On Facebook?

18th July, 2014

How To Spot A Compromised ATM, & What You Should Do Next

17th July, 2014

Flying To The US, Canada or UK? Here Are The New Rules Regarding Flying With Electronics

17th July, 2014
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What Is A Man-In-The-Middle Attack? Security Jargon Explained

17th July, 2014

Your Interest in Privacy Will Ensure You’re Targeted By The NSA

14th July, 2014

Smartphone Viruses Are Real: How To Stay Protected

14th July, 2014

Fast. Reliable. Powerful. Here’s Why You Should Try Bitdefender Total Security 2015 [Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Giveaway]

10th July, 2014

4 Free Virus Scanners’ Accuracy Compared

8th July, 2014

6 Modern Security Tools For Windows 8

4th July, 2014

3 Real Security Risks Threatening Your Smart TV Entertainment

3rd July, 2014

PGP Me: Pretty Good Privacy Explained

1st July, 2014

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This Android Browser Bug Will Make You Upgrade To KitKat

September 25, 2014

A serious issue with the stock browser on pre-KitKat phones has been discovered which could allow malicious websites to access the data of other websites. Sounds scary? Here’s what you need to know.


Smartphone Privacy Settings You Need To Activate Today

October 22, 2014

Smartphones ship with plenty of default settings that could be leaking your info. Let’s dive in and tweak them.

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