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Windows Hello is a fast, secure, and futuristic way to log in to Windows using your face, eyes, or fingerprint.
Yesterday, computers around the world running earlier versions of Windows were targeted by a new ransomware attack called Wanacrypt. If you can’t upgrade to a modern OS, here’s a fix to protect your computer.
After getting the news of a “crazy bad” exploit from Google’s Project Zero, Microsoft’s Security Response Center deployed a fix that is available now.
For $3/month, you can protect your privacy from marketers, hackers, and other snoopers. Let’s discuss why a VPN is totally worth it and who we recommend.
Most users use a password to log into Windows 10. But did you know there are alternate methods including creating a PIN or Picture Password? Here’s how.
A clever phishing scam attacked Gmail customers today. Here’s what happened and what you should to immediately if you have a Gmail account.
As the popularity of Amazon grows, we should all assume the attacks against our Amazon accounts will as well. With that in mind, today I changed my Amazon password and decided to pass on steps – more as a reminder than anything.
Microsoft is enhancing its approach to two-factor authentication and moving beyond passwords. Here’s what they’ve done and how to get rid of your password!
Here’s how to stop hackers from attacking your smartphone with the mobile tech equivalent of credit card skimming.
Saying goodbye to an old computer? Protect your privacy and purchases by doing these steps first.
Windows 10 offers a number of features that help you prevent unauthorized access to personal information or company data on your PC.
No Patch Tuesday for February. Microsoft has announced that this month’s updates won’t arrive until next month’s planned Patch Tuesday on March 14th.