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.
Facebook’s mask fell following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but it’s not all bad news. Here’s why it’s a good thing this scandal made headlines worldwide.
The Gmail redesign introduced a number of new features that you might consider to be a breach of privacy. Here’s how to turn them off.
In this article, we explain what the mshelper malware is, how to know if you’ve been afflicted, and how to get rid of it.
Password security can feel like a never-ending battle. Fortunately, there are some who are working on security methods that may replace passwords.
Online dating can leave you vulnerable to privacy risks. In this article, we explain how to stay anonymous and protect your privacy on popular dating apps.
Companies have repeatedly compromised personal data over the years. Here are noteworthy occasions of when data harvesting put your personal information at risk.
Chrome has a built-in malware scanner that can help you remove harmful software. Here’s how to access this useful feature.
In an effort to persuade more people to start using 2FA, Facebook is making it easier than ever to set up. What’s more, Facebook no longer requires you to provide your phone number.
You’ve discovered that using USB storage on your can risk your security. Here’s how to disable USB flash storage on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Concerned about your security or privacy when using your smartphone? You definitely don’t want to install these app types.
There are a few precautions you should take when using popular mobile browsers on the go.
With well over half of all websites now encrypted, it’s time to think of HTTPS as the default option rather than the exception. That is, at least, according to Google.
Reckon there’s no way anyone can steal data from your computer or network devices? Here are several ways data can be stolen from your PC or network drives.
The Signal messaging app is great for privacy, but there’s an issue that you should know about: messages that are supposed to disappear are leaving traces behind.
Being a parent is tough, no matter if kid is a toddler or a teenager. You need total awareness of everything that is happening, and modern wireless cameras can help.
Those security tools you’re using? They’re okay, but there are some other lesser-known security apps you should also be using, and they’re available for free!
When you’re browsing the web, what do those internet security alerts that pop up really mean? Can you ignore them, or should you take notice? Here’s what you need to know.
The EU’s “Consumer Protection Cooperation” (CPC) regulation is meant to protect consumers from sites that infringe on European consumer law, but a hidden clause could be cause for concern.
Telegram, the encrypted instant messaging app has been under attack from Russian authorities. Where does this development put us, and why should you care?
iPhone and iPad
Looking for the best VPN for iPhone? Here are some great VPN choices to protect your iPhone’s browsing.
The Spectre/Meltdown revelations in early 2018 shook the computing world. Now, security researchers have uncovered eight new Spectre-style vulnerabilities affecting Intel CPUs, which could mean your computer is at further risk.
Would you be surprised to know that websites are collecting lots of information about you while you browse? These things that websites can learn about you as you read their pages may shock you.
macOS High Sierra tracks your location for a feature called Significant Locations. What does this do, and should it worry you?
Objective-See offers some of the best tools for protecting your Mac, and they’re all free. Here are the apps you should check out.