Whether you’re worried about getting hacked or just want to boost your online security, now’s a good time to change your Facebook password.
Google offers several ways to recover your account. This guide will help you configure the various Google security features in advance.
Here’s why security experts discourage using autofill and autocomplete features in browsers and password managers.
How often do you change your password? Only occasionally, or too often? Here are the pros and cons of changing your password too frequently.
Looking to change your Xbox One password? It’s the same as your Microsoft Account password. Here’s how to change it and add a passkey for even more security.
What if you set a BIOS password and can’t remember what it was?
You forgot your Windows 10 login password? Don’t despair! We’ll show you how to reset your password and recover your account.
Ever forget your PC password? If you sign in with a Microsoft account, there’s an easy new way to reset it right from the lock screen.
Windows 10 is far from intuitive. Simple tasks and settings can be confusing. Here are the most common Windows 10 questions we’ve heard and our answers.
You can stay safe online and get all the benefits of a password manager without paying a dime. Try these free password managers.
Yes, you can password protect your PDF! It’s a great way to secure PDF files. We show you free and professional tools to add a password to your PDF.
You need to password protect your Excel files to keep your spreadsheets safe. We’ll show you how and we promise it only takes a minute.
Do you know how to create and remember a good password? Here are some tips and tricks to maintain strong, separate passwords for all of your online accounts.
This official Google extension will protect you against common phishing attacks and keep your accounts safe.
Did you know Chrome has a built-in password generator?
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.
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?
Want a fun, alternate way of logging into your Windows 10 PC? Try a picture password. Here’s why they’re useful and how to set one up.
Regardless of whether you believe Linux to be the most secure OS, all operating systems have risks and vulnerabilities that can be exploited. Here’s how to deal with them on Linux.
This nifty tool lets you check any password to see if it’s ever been part of a data leak.
Anyone who uses ZIP files should encrypt them with a password. Here’s why this is so important and how you can do so.
If you use OneNote for highly sensitive documents, you need to take this precaution. You don’t want your details falling into the wrong hands!
If you’ve never changed the password for your wireless router, your network is at risk. Here’s how to log into your router’s settings and set a new password.