What do you use for security on your Windows PC or Apple Mac? Avast One is an option and it keeps malware out, protects on the web and mail, stops ransomware and has a free VPN.
Fake news, software, messages, popup warnings and websites are just some of things you must avoid when using the web. Whether you use a computer or phone, here are the internet dangers.
Your Mac is a valuable piece of hardware, and you want to make sure that it’s as secure as possible. One way to do that is by implementing a VPN download.
The internet has many threats to your security and it is a constant battle with hackers, malware, phishing and more. Use these security features in Microsoft Edge to increase browser security.
Android app permissions lags behind iOS and apps used lax Google Play Store rules to access too much, but times are changing. View app permissions in the store, change them after installing.
Secure your files and folders on a Windows PC and make them private by encrypting files on the disk. How to put a password on a folder, how to hide a folder and more. Use these free tools.
Apple continues to improve Keychain, its built-in password manager for iOS and macOS devices and now you can write notes and store them with passwords. Here’s how to add notes on the iPhone.
Are you giving away too much information when you use public Wi-Fi? You might be, but there is a way to protect your privacy in public, with a VPN. ProtonVPN is a free VPN to secure Wi-Fi. (Updated)
Identity theft is a word tossed around in the news frequently. However, did you know your own smartphone could be the cause of your identity theft? Read on to find out how and what to do to prevent it.
Free Wi-Fi is everywhere we go these days, like hotels, cafes, shopping malls, train stations, airports and so on. However, internet access is restricted or filtered. Unblock Wi-Fi hotspots.