Computer viruses are part of life in our always-on, always-connected world. They’ve been with us since the early ‘80s, though the Internet made them much easier to spread. But you don’t have to be afraid of them. With a little understanding and preparedness you can avoid the pitfalls of a computer virus and keep your computer in top shape.
These scams can be full of viruses and malware, or they are phishing schemes that are meant to trick you into providing personal information that can be used to steal your identity. Luckily, we have the information you need in order to be informed and stop these threats.
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If you want to keep your Windows or Apple computer running smoothly and avoid fake operating system updates, follow these essential security tips.
If your Windows PC or laptop is freezing, crashing or won’t boot up normally, booting your computer in Safe Mode is a good starting point from which to identify and fix problems.
There is a security flaw in Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2), a protocol that secures all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. An adversary can break the encryption between a router and a device. Then, they can steal sensitive information, like credit card numbers, emails and passwords.
Fake email, or spoofed email, is email sent by unknown, often malicious, third parties that is disguised so it appears to come from a trusted source.
Clickbait piques interest with a catchy photo or caption that seems too good to pass up. Most the time, clickbait is pretty harmless. Over the past couple of years, though, there’s been a huge surge in malicious clickbait.