Securing Your Computer System

Today, more and more people are using their computer or mobile for everything from communication to online banking and investing to shopping. As we do these things on a more regular basis, we open our...

Fighting Spam

“Studies show unsolicited or “junk” e-mail, known as spam, accounts for roughly half of all e-mail messages received. Although once regarded as little more than a nuisance, the prevalence of spa...

Online Charity Donation Safety Tips

Online charities have evolved into something that has enabled people to quickly and easily donate money and give charitable donations. Each year, millions of dollars are given to hundreds of thousands...

Common Scams That Lead to Malicious Attacks

Hackers and scammers come up with creative ways to gain control of you and your computer. Unfortunately for us, it’s sometimes very hard to figure out when you are about to be a victim of scams. It...

What You Need to Know about Mobile Banking Fraud

We are living in the information age where everything is just a few clicks of our fingertips. This is especially true about our banking. We’re always on the go and it’s so easy and convenient to d...

How to Stay Safe While Shopping Online

With hackers seeming to be in every corner, it’s hard to believe that people haven’t completely given up on using the internet. However, the internet is important to many, so the key is to always ...

How to Create a Secure Password You Can Remember

It’s often very difficult to balance the needs of highly secure passwords and actually remembering them all. The passwords that are the most difficult to remember are the ones that are stronger and ...

How to Protect Your Computer from Malicious Attacks

People maliciously attack computers to forcefully abuse or take advantage of the computer. They do this through computer viruses, social engineering, and phishing. To protect yourself and your compute...

Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Each year, millions of people are impacted by identity theft. Since 2009, it has exponentially increased with at least 12 million people affected. If that’s not something to worry about, then maybe ...