This section contains articles on how to protect computers from various threats lurking at the unaware. We also give configuration tips and solutions to problems you won't find anywhere else.
Are you worried about viruses and spyware? Fear, not. This guide explains how to effectively protect your Windows PC from being infected.
Ever wondered how to clear Internet history in Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox? This tutorial shows you how to remove browsing history.
If your computer gets infected with a virus, you may notice a major slowdown, unwanted ads popping up or files getting deleted. Learn how to clean your PC with this quick guide.
This guide shows you how to change the basic TCP/IP settings under Windows in order to get a new IP address.
This simple guide explains how to modify the amount of days your Internet Explorer will keep browsing history.
When it comes to online commerce, we all want to feel safe completing our transactions. This quick guide explains how to safely buy and sell online.
Is there an annoying website you want to block? Just follow these instructions and any unwanted websites will be hidden.
Using the Internet sometimes involves giving your personal information. This article explains how to protect your identity from scammers and criminals online.
For some people, Internet is the place to make new friends and today it's extremely easy to meet people via online chat. However, you have to be careful who you speak to and what you are telling them. This article explains how to stay safe in online chat rooms.
Some people wish to stay anonymous while surfing the Web. This article tells you how to stay anonymous online.
Some questionable Internet sites may be hard to identify. This guide shows you how to spot them and avoid being trapped.
How to prove the information you've just found on the Internet is true.
Your identity, name and personal information belong to you and you need to protect them while online. This article shows you how.
Learn what to do if your IE installation is broken and you can't access secure sites.
Learn how to access Web sites restricted by your parents, spouse or employer under Windows XP.
Everyone is affected by a possible security breach, from large consumer portal sites to government agencies. Your site is affected too and without proper security measures it is exposed to serious attacks.
Anyone, who connects an unprotected PC to the Internet and doesn't use Internet security software such as firewall and anti-virus is exposed to a potential attack by cybercriminals.
Hackers always find new ways to compromise your web application's security but there are patterns they follow in every attempt of an attack. Knowing these patterns is essential for closing security gaps and preventing your system from being hacked.
There are two types of Internet monitoring software you can use to spy on your subordinates – employee monitoring software or parental control software designed for online child safety.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks are one of the most common and best known Web security flaws in the last years. Although their nature has been researched for a few years now, the cross-site scripting attacks are still widely used to capture sensitive information of Internet users.
Webroot Phileas is an automated spyware research system that automatically crawls the Internet for unwanted spyware programs. Phileas aims at detecting spyware programs before they infect consumers surfing the Web.