Google has set its sights on killing the user password… at least on Android devices. Big news from the Google I/O event as Google has unveiled the Trust API, which allows developers to use sensor and biometric data for authentication.
As technology evolves, so does the malware that hacks and exploits it. Many threats, like viruses, worms and Trojans found on PCs, are at this point well known – but there are new threats on the horizon that can be equally dangerous.
Nobody likes to think about the possibility of losing their laptop. It becomes such a personal possession that the theft is more than a crime–it’s a personal insult–if somebody steals it. But you’ve got to be prepared for the unthinkable, and that’s just what you’ll learn here.
You’ve probably heard the term “0-day” before in discussions on PC security, but it’s not always apparent what the term means. Here, we’re going to take a look at what these threats are, how they’re different from other malware, and how they’re stopped.
Learn what can be done to protect your privacy and security when it comes time to retire that old computer. Do you know how to properly wipe a hard drive? What about donation options for your old computer? We’ll give you several options here.
Ever wonder how computer security techs can easily determine the problem of a PC? You can be like them by reading this guide. Find out about the worst exploits and issues plaguing your systems, and some of the easy ways to fix them.
Is your computer secure? Many users have viruses on their computers and don’t even know it. Others think they are sufficiently covered in case of any malicious attack. This quiz will help you figure out if you are as secure as you think you are.
If you regularly use a computer, you doubtlessly have different accounts online, most requiring a password. But unless you have researched password safety, you are probably vulnerable like many others.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that life online is anonymous - but it isn’t. For instance, did you know that each email you send contains information about your IP address? This could mean that your message could be traced back to you, via your Internet Service Provider…
Steel Keylogger is one of the most devastating virus spyware on the market. Because of its harmful effects and data-saving functions, a keylogger can steal all of your information, from social security numbers to email passwords. Removing it is essential to your virtual survival.