If you have kids and want to manage their time and activities on the PC, Windows 10 includes a built in function called Family Safety. Here’s how to use it.
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Take a deep breath and accept that your password isn’t much protection. Your password is like a door lock and 2FA is like a deadbolt to deter break-ins.
Microsoft today released an emergency out-of-band critical update KB3079904 for Windows Vista and higher today. Make sure to manually run Windows Update.
Every week, we’re reading stories about compromised corps and websites. For many of us, the worst break-ins are stolen passwords. A change is needed!
Two Factor Authentication is a vital layer of security you need to enable on all of your online accounts that offer it and we have a list that shows how.
LastPass announced it was hacked. Here’s how to change your master password, and enable Two-Factor Authentication for good measure.
Google has created a new security tool to help prevent phishing attacks, and alerts you when you’ve entered it somewhere other than accounts.google.com.
Last week we showed you how to view and download your Google search history. Here’s a look at how to delete that data and other settings to double check.
Google users can download their entire search history, which is an item added to its Google Takeout service. Here’s how to download yours.
Yahoo announced its going to make it easier for you to log into your account with on-demand passwords. Here’s a look at setting it up on your account.
This week Google announced new steps it’s taking under the search giants SafeBrowsing initiative to keep users safe online.
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.
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.