Category: computer security

The Ultimate Mac Security Guide: 20 Ways to Protect Yourself

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More and more of our information is being stored on our computers, devices, and online. We’ve covered how to secure
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How Every Operating System Keeps You Safe

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Operating systems are responsible for being the go-between for allowing programs to run on your computer. They divide up your
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Is Out-of-Date EFI Firmware Putting Your Mac at Risk?

Is Out-of-Date EFI Firmware Putting Your Mac at Risk?
When news breaks of a Mac security flaw, it almost always makes headlines. It should not be a surprise that
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The Easy Way to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 10, 8.1, and 7

The Easy Way to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 10, 8.1, and 7
As you might know, your computer contains a lot of files and folders that it doesn’t show you by default.
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How to Password Protect Files and Folders on Mac

How to Password Protect Files and Folders on Mac
We store a wealth of data on our computers, some of it private and sensitive. You can protect all the
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5 Online Threats That Could Ruin Your Raspberry Pi Experience

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You’re happily using your Raspberry Pi. Perhaps it’s a game center, or a media center. Hopefully you’ve tried a few
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Windows 10 Build 1511 Support Ends: Here’s What to Do to Avoid Security Issues

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Are you still running Windows 10 Build 1511? If so, your machine is now officially insecure. On October 10, 2017,
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No, Linux Doesn’t Need an Antivirus or Firewall

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Linux isn’t invulnerable. In fact, that’s one of the most common cybersecurity myths that gets Linux users into trouble. This
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4 Syskey Encryption Alternatives for Windows 10

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Windows encryption tool Syskey is being removed in the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The utility encrypts password information
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Use This USB Drive Trick to Secure Your Laptop in Public (or Anywhere Else)

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Did you know you can use a USB stick to secure your computer when you’re in public? Obviously, it can’t
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