Are those “CAN-SPAM” unsubscribe email links safe to click? Not always. Find out why and ways you can reduce spam inside. Continue reading
Part 4 of our COMODO anti-virus series shows a walk through of the most essential virus scan features this free anti-virus program offers. Continue reading
PDF creator lite is a useful program which can be used to create password protected PDF documents from Microsoft Office applications like Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint. You can also turn images to PDF documents using this free PDF printer. Continue reading
The free COMODO Antivirus program has a wealth of features to fully secure your PC against any threat. In Part 2 we detail one of it’s important features: Defense+ Continue reading
Keep your PC clean with Microsoft Security Essentials, a free yet effective anti virus solution from Microsoft for the users of Windows! Continue reading
Download and install Comodo Antivirus FREE: one of the best anti virus options on the market today. Continue reading
K9 Web Protection lets you filter your Internet browsing based on content type, time restrictions, and specific websites. It boasts useful features such as overrides, automatic monitoring and logging, and best of all it works with every web browser! Continue reading
I recently got a new Dell mini laptop, with Windows 7 and IE 8. I keep getting a pop up “Security Warning Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?” anytime I am on the web and trying to click through. Please tell me how to get rid of this. It is driving me crazy, and totally slowing down
I liked your comment about Bcc (see the tip Bcc Explained). I forward by using Bcc, removing all email addresses that people have sent me. I have asked my friends to remove their friends’ email addresses before they forward it on, some do and some don’t. How do I explain the
The WorldStart newsletter is delivered via email, and replies to it arrive in one of several inboxes that I monitor each day. When a response is called for, I reply, in an often vain attempt to answer readers’ questions. Some of the replies to the newsletter are, to
Receiving a buffer overflow (also known as a buffer overrun) error may not seem that dangerous, but it’s a serious security risk. A direct result of bad programming, buffer overflow errors occur when too much data is stored in a space designed for less.
Think of it this way. If you pour a large jug of water into a small glass, the excess water will spill… Continue reading
SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition is a great program for locating and quarantining spyware in your computer, and it is also really simple to use. As we all know, Spyware can become a major pain, causing many issues within your computer.
Some of the many great features of this program include a Quick Scan, Complete Scan, or even a Custom Scan, which will check for malicious files in areas that you… Continue reading
I’ve been an AVG antivirus user for several years now, and will probably continue to use it on my own computers. However, after having some problems installing the latest version of AVG on someone else’s XP computer, I decided to try Avast instead. That’s one the beauties of the abundance of freeware available today. If you’re having problems with an uncooperative program, you can… Continue reading
I received an email from one of our readers about URL Void, a website she’d discovered that checks website safety, and I thought it was worth passing along to you.