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Cyber Security for Small Business: What Makes it So Important

Automated information systems have become an indispensable part of the functioning of businesses irrespective of the scale of business. The wide reach of e-commerce...

Update Your Android Phones to 2.3.4 to Avoid Getting Hacked

Researchers have found security vulnerability in Android 2.3.3 in which your login credentials could be stolen.  Since web applications like Google Calendar, Twitter, Facebook...

How to Enable the Firewall in Mac OS

Unless you are using an application like Little Snitch on your Mac chances are you've been using your Mac without a firewall since you...

Secure Your Hotmail Account from Hijackers

Account hijacking is nothing new to the account and email world and there really hasn’t been much of a stolen account decrease over time....

Google Strengthens Account Security

If you’re like a lot of people, you use the same password for everything, your Google accounts, banks, online communities, etc. Having the same...

How to Access Facebook Securely

Did you know that your Facebook password and information can be "hacked" while using unsecured public networks. By hacked I mean, sniffed, someone with...

How to Enable the Login Screen in Mac OS

Do you want to keep prying eyes away from your Mac? By default, Mac OS automatically logs in users to their accounts when you...

Protect Your Computer from the Latest Internet Explorer Vulnerability

Yesterday Microsoft issued an advisory regarding reports over a browser vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8. This vulnerability enables remote code execution,...

How to Enable and Lock YouTube Safety Mode

As one of the world’s most popular video sharing website, YouTube hosts millions of videos that anyone with a computer and an internet connection...

Watch Out for “Free” Public Wireless Hotspots

I do quite a bit of business travel and naturally I am always on the lookout for free Wi-Fi hotspots to get on the internet. In more recent trips, I’ve been seeing a trend where free Wi-Fi is being offered in many airports, coffee shops and hotels. I think this is a terrific sign of where we are headed in terms of one day having universal and free internet access.

Help Me Spread Awareness About Fake Virus Scanner Scams

In an effort to educate computer users about the potential dangers of fake virus scanner pop-ups and how to close the pop-ups without infecting...

9 Programs to Encrypt Your Memory Key

As more of us rely on memory keys, thumb drives, and other portable storage devices to save our sensitive information, it is imperative...

Manually Add Hidden Networks in Vista

Although elementary as a security measure, disabling the routers ability to broadcast its SSID is still used by many and I feel it is...