If your computer is acting up, you might want to try restarting it into safe mode. This guide will help you start Windows 7, 8, or 10 in safe mode.
Ads and malware are served up by thousands of servers on the internet. This How-To shows you how to use your computer’s hosts file to block access to tens of thousands of these servers.
With the rapid growth of the IoT more and more of our data can be accessed through connected devices. How safe is this data from hackers?
SQL injection attacks are becoming more prevalent. Along with the use of dynamic content on websites. This article contains suggestions and code snippets for helping coders prevent these kinds of attacks right in the programs they write.
Businesses might be advertising on fake news sites without realizing it. Learn how to stop the spread of fake news sites and defund their operations.
Don’t let just anyone have your Social Security Number! Here’s how to secure your SSN online, and what to do if you believe it’s been stolen.
Looking for some popular or niche software? Don’t trust just any website! Our guide should help you safely download and install software from the web.
What is DRM? Why is it used? Is DRM good or bad? Real examples of hardware and software DRM. Blockchain DRM. DRM alternatives and arguments.
If you find yourself making a large number of online payments, you may want to consider these helpful tips to stay safe when paying online.
Browser hijacking is a type of malware that takes over your browser to make it do things you do not intend. Its effects can run the gamut from mostly harmless ad display up to crippling ransomware infections. This article contains techniques to avoid being infected in the first place, as well as tips to detect and remove hijacks if you do get infected.