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.
How serious is WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption “backdoor”? What alternatives are out there? How to turn on security notifications in Whatsapp.
How to secure your wifi router and other appliances to protect your and your Airbnb guests from hacking and abuse.
Fraudulent merchants purposefully fail to fulfill orders. When emailed for assistance, scammers then request payment outside of the Amazon system.
Adding password protection to your documents and folders will help secure them. All of the major office suites support this to some degree.
Is malware infecting your Windows machine? We’ve got you covered. This guide will help you remove — and then prevent — your malware maladies.
What is the Secure Socket Layer? Why is it a leading standard? We take a close look at SSL and everything it entails in this beginner’s guide to SSL.
Some very modern Halloween scare stories ranging from hackers taking control of your car to your webcam spying on you and demanding a ransom.
Long, hard and oh-so tricky to get your mouth around. No, this not an intro to the type of websites you should be wary of visiting but is, instead, a guide to creating complex passwords that cannot easily be guessed or cracked with cracking software.
Nearly half of us don’t delete old online accounts. Here’s why you should and four more things you can do for Security Serious week.