The FBI is advising that everyone reboot their routers to stop malware that has infected 500,000 routers.
Signs that the virus message popping up on your computer is completely fake.
How to defend against the WannaCry Ransomware Attack, and others like it.
How to use your phone or tablet to check out e-books from the library.
How to know when it's time to replace your computer.
How your Internet of Things (IoT) devices might be helping hackers and what to do about it.
You’ve probably heard to use good posture if you’re in front of a computer for any stretch of time. Well, those were the good old days; now we have tiny devices that are even worse for our neck, shoulders and back and even our attitudes.
It starts when you get an email from someone you haven’t emailed in a long time asking if you meant to send them a strange email. Then you get another email like this and then several more. You realize that someone has gained access to your email account and emailed everyone in your contact list.
Ransomware is malicious software that gets on your computer and encrypts your files so that you can no longer access them. The program will tell you that your files are encrypted and the only way to get them back is to pay for a decryption key. It may also say that you have a deadline before the key is destroyed, rendering all of your encrypted files useless. […]
How many times have you seen advertisements for software promising to make your computer faster by “boosting” your performance, “tweaking” your registry or “cleaning” your pc? If they were honest, they would say “Want a slower computer? Our program FeebleUtility 2014 will add more to your computers workload for only $49.99! Also, we’ll constantly and shamelessly remind you of our other detrimental offers!” […]