In The News 10-24-14 Hackers steal 100,000 Snapchat photos, Linux wants to help develop drones and TV watchers love their tablets. Continue reading
A serious flaw leaves computers running Linux and OS X vulnerable to attack. What you need to know about Shellshock.
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Raymond wants to know if there’s anyway to get rid of password prompts on his Mac. Continue reading
John wants to know if Microsoft Security Essentials is enough protection for his computer? We see how it stood up compared to other security suites. Continue reading
Can smart devices put your home at risk. See what happened when a security expert put his home network to the test. Continue reading
Hackers not only managed to overwhelm the Sony PlayStation Network and take it down for several hours last Sunday, they also managed to have a flight carrying Sony Online’s President diverted after make a veiled bomb threat. Continue reading
Vince has plenty to say about Facebook Messenger permissions. I answer one big question and respond to his criticism. Continue reading
A new Internet Explorer security feature blocks out-of-date versions of Java. Continue reading
Are your apps spying on you? We check out a new anti-virus designed to protect your tablet. Continue reading
Microsoft is cutting support for older version of Internet Explorer. Learn what that means for your operating system and its security. Continue reading
XP Share Dips Below 25%
Windows XP can still be found on just under 25% of computers accessing the Internet, according to NetMarketShare. That’s down from just under 40% in July of 2013.
Security support for the XP ended back in April and users have been slow to let go. Windows 7 is the most popular operating system, found on 51% of
Part 3 of our special series E-mail Encryption 101. Learn how to create a certificate. Continue reading