Keeping your personal and online data private and secure is paramount. You’ll learn how to stay safe online with the best firewall and anti-virus software, how to manage your passwords and how to recognise scams and security risks.
As more and more electical items are released with Internet of Things connectivity, so online privacy and security becomes weaker. Our look at five domestic appliances currently spying on you should emphasise the problem.
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When you start to think about all the things that could go wrong when browsing the Internet, the web starts to look like a pretty scary place.
When Edward Snowden fled from the United States to a Hong Kong hotel room, and…
Spam is annoying, but what happens when your email account is the one sending it out? Find out how to recognize the signs and defuse the problem.
Clicking “next” repeatedly is the quickest way of installing apps on Windows – until you find you installed other programs on your computer without realizing it, thanks to OpenCandy. Let’s do something about that.
Ever received an email from your bank conerning suspicious account activity? Such messages are almost always scams, so here are a few things your bank will never request online – but fraudsters will.
Most of us spend hours on the Internet every day. As it turns out, you may be sabotaging your own web browsing experience with a few simple mistakes.
Apple’s has been accused of recording everything – absolutely everything – you say to Siri, and passing it to a third-party. But is this really a privacy breach, or is there good reason for it?
The FBI Ransomware didn’t only affect Windows users; Mac owners were conned into paying up. Ironically, however, the OSX version wasn’t really malware, but merely a browser popup that is easily removed.
300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, so it is no surprise that malicious links can be found. Here are a few ways you might end up with malware watching YouTube videos.
Hackers and malware shut down nuclear centrifuges in Iran and severely damaged a German steel mill. Could software cause physical damage to your computer? Probably not, but anything connected to it is a different story.