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If you’re a new user of an Android device, you’ll definitely want to make sure it’s secure. Here’s easy ways to make sure your Android is secure from malicious code and snoopers.
Last week we told you the news that Microsoft is rolling out its enhanced Two-Step Verification for all of users’ accounts. Here’s how to enable and use it.
We knew Microsoft was going to start rolling out Two Factor Authentication for its accounts, and it’s finally here. Adding the extra layer of security helps protect your sensitive account data.
Do you have folders on your Windows computer that have sensitive content that need extra security? Here’s an easy way to lock and hide them from prying eyes.
Do you use a secure password with your important online accounts? Ever wondered exactly how good it is? Here’s how to check password strength.
Sometimes your computer can get so infected with malicious code that it won’t boot into Windows. Windows Defender Offline allows you to scan your system before booting into the OS.
Disconnect is an extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox that prevents sites like Digg, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo, and more from tracking you.
Wolfram Alpha is a powerful online service that often gets overlooked and forgotten. But here’s a cool trick you can use to generate a strong random password on the fly.
A.L.A.R.M. could be the most basic anti-theft method you could ever use on your laptop or ultrabook, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be effective. Here’s how it works.
If you’re careful about which programs you download, you probably don’t need to worry about them accessing the internet. But even when a program has a good reputation, you don’t have to leave your security to good faith.
Recently Apple joined the growing list of online services that have been incorporating Two Factor Authentication security feature. Here’s how to set it up and use it with your Apple ID.
When you need to access a site that requires you to register and login just to read it, it’s quite annoying. Share Your Pass is a free service that helps to avoid setting up an account each time.
Port forwarding is a way to allow Internet traffic to flow to a computer or application more efficiently. If you’ve experienced lag with online video games, Skype, or Netflix, port forwarding may help.