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Overzealous PC cleaning can break things, but some cleaning will help you free up space and keep your system running quickly.
A man-in-the-middle attack is difficult to identify and defend against. MITM attacks generally don’t depend on infecting computers on either end of the system. Instead, they depend on controlling the communications equipment between two systems. For example, a malicious router offering free Wi-Fi in a public location may perform a man-in-the-middle attack. An Offline Man-in-the-Middle Attack Man-in-the-middle […]
If you have a Windows XP user in your life, you may want to try migrating them to Linux so they can use a free, secure operating system still getting security updates.
DLNA was built for a world where local media was king.
You can now install Firefox OS apps on Android. Firefox for Android supports Mozilla’s “Open Web Apps,” allowing you to install and run Firefox OS apps directly on an Android device.
Google has announced they’ll be adding a kill switch to Android, but until it arrives, you can still secure your Android device by enabling remote locking and wiping features.
Windows 8.1 can be frustrating, not just because of how different it is. We’re talking about blurry text, laggy mouse pointers, touchpad issues, and SecureBoot problems — typical Windows annoyances. Here’s how to fix them.
You can reduce your mobile data usage without doing anything differently on your Android device.
Text is normally trapped inside images. With the Project Naptha Chrome extension, you can select, copy, and edit that text with just a few clicks.
Your Android phone can help you go paperless, replacing all those pieces of paper with a single device in your pocket and some cloud storage.
These crazy-looking tips will just damage your screen even more.
Here’s a summary of activation scenarios and a step-by-step rundown of how you can (re-) activate Windows or change your product key. We also show you how to access hidden options.
Do you struggle with headaches or irritated eyes? You may be dealing with eye strain. Computer screens can be glaringly bright, especially in the dark. Dark themes could be your free remedy.
DRM is harmful to our security. At best, it’s a necessary evil — and it’s arguably not necessary and isn’t worth the trade-off. Here’s how DRM and the laws that protect it make our computers less secure and criminalize telling us about the problems. DRM Can Open Security Holes Digital Rights Management (DRM) itself can […]
Here’s what AnTuTu, the popular benchmark app for Android, is actually measuring and what each benchmark means for real-world use.