Adding Multiple Touch ID fingerprints to unlock your iPhone or iPad is easy, convenient and more secure than a typical passcode. Here’s how to do it.
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The Google security settings panel hasn’t changed much lately, but it’s now easier to manage your settings by adding a handy wizard-style interface.
Windows 8 adds a built-in antivirus, formerly Microsoft Security Essentials, and now calls it Windows Defender. Here’s how to add it to the Context menu.
Facebook doesn’t have a very good reputation when it comes to privacy and security, but the company is trying to change that with its Privacy Checkup tool.
Resetting a Kindle Fire HDX is easy and something you’ll want to do if selling or regifting it. The new generation of Fire’s also allow remote resets.
Staying anonymous one the web can be tough, but to keeping your private data secure. With the help of Tor Browser, anonymity will no longer be an issue.
Windows can be tricked out a lot by hacking the Registry, but it’s not something a beginner should be playing with. here’s how to disable user access to it.
Microsoft is improving the security of its popular consumer cloud services Outlook.com and OneDrive. Here’s a look at what this means to you as a user.
Here’s a valuable lesson about not letting your domain registrations lapse without winding down all the other associated services. Don’t let this happen.
This week Facebook announced that it’s going to start using all of your app and website history and serve up more targeted ads. Here’s how to stop it.
Maintaining your privacy online is part of an overall computing security strategy. Here’s some Chrome extensions that will help stay private and secure.
eBay is the latest online giant to fall prey to a security breach and is asking its users to change their passwords on the site as a security measure.
eBay the popular online auction and commerce company urged its customers to change their password after a breach of its corporate networks.
Sometimes it’s nice to have a “second opinion” when it comes to making sure your computer is secure. Microsoft Safety Scanner does just that, here’s a look.