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.
WhatsApp is among the fastest growing instant messengers available, and almost like a social network. But if you are using it, here are some steps you should take to protect your security and privacy.
There’s a new Netflix phishing email doing the rounds, and this one seems particularly well put-together. So please beware, and make others aware as well.
Nagging antivirus apps are a huge pain. You don’t have to put up with them, even for free. Here are the best antivirus programs that don’t come with popups or bundled junk.
If you’re not running the newest version of Android available for your device, you could be dealing with a security risk.
If you’re concerned about losing your card details to ATM and pump scanners, this new Android app can detect and warn you about the most common types of skimmers.
iPhone and iPad
You can block a number from any one of three apps: Phone, FaceTime, or Messages.
Most EFI attacks require physical access and sophisticated tools, but they can still put data at risk. Here’s how to check if your Mac is affected and how to fix it.
This official Google extension will protect you against common phishing attacks and keep your accounts safe.
The battle for the best desktop browser will never be settled. But which is the most secure? All boast having superior protection — but in 2017, which is the browser of choice for the security- and privacy-conscious?
Wi-Fi security is important. You don’t want intruders piggybacking on your precious bandwidth — or worse. There a few misconceptions regarding Wi-Fi security, and we’re here to dispel them.
Thanks to the internet, government propaganda comes from all directions, and the messages are mixed. In a world of cyber warfare and hacking, who can you trust? Even then, can you really rely on them?
Did you know Chrome has a built-in password generator?
If you use Google’s two-step authentication system to protect your Google accounts, you could accidentally get locked out. Here’s how to prevent it.
NFC payments are taking over the world. Businesses such as McDonalds and Walgreens now offer contactless payments, with many more coming online. But how secure are the three main NFC services?
Amazon’s latest innovation is Amazon Key, a new service which means you can let strangers into your house even you’re not there. Which isn’t as scary as it sounds.
Seeing annoying popup ads on your Android device? Here’s how to remove popups in your browser, in apps, and stop notification ads.
The convenience of an iPhone can come at a price if you don’t secure your device well enough, so let us show you how.
These days, no one needs a job center — the internet has changed everything. But is it better? Here’s how the recruitment sector’s lack of privacy and security could harm you and your prospects.
You can encrypt your entire Mac drive with FileVault, but there are simpler options when it comes to password protecting individual files and folders.
When you hear “security breach,” what springs to mind? A malevolent hacker? Some basement-dwelling kid? The reality is, all that is needed is a password, and hackers have 7 ways to get yours.
Have you thought about deleting your Gmail or Google accounts? Follow these steps which guide you through the two options Google gives you to exit its services.
Security doesn’t have to be a long-winded concern. You can spend just a few minutes here and there to secure your online life. Try these vital methods to start.
You’re happily using your Raspberry Pi. Perhaps it’s a game center, or a media center. Hopefully you’ve tried a few other uses for this incredibly versatile little computer. But is it secure?
Microsoft Edge can let websites spy on you through your camera and microphone. If you’ve accidentally given a site permission to use these, you can revoke it completely in Windows 10.