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Shellshock Bug: What You Need to Know
Oct 2, 2014 - You may have heard about the Shellshock bug, the latest Internet security issue to make waves on news and tech sites throughout the web. Security experts are saying it has the potential to be bigger than the Heartbleed security flaw. What you might not understand is what the bug is and what its d...
October Special: Get $40 Off Trend Micro Premium Internet Security
Oct 2, 2014 - October is a month for spooks and scares, but Trend Micro is offering customers a deal that is definitely more treat than trick. For the duration of the month, you can get its Premium Internet security software suite for just $59.95 ? a whopping $40 discount from the regular price of $99.95. You ...
Holiday Shopping and Data Breaches: How to Keep Your Identity Safe
Oct 1, 2014 - Heading into the holiday shopping season, you are probably worried about the safety of your personal data as you pick up gifts and the other essentials this time of year. Who can blame you for worrying? Last November during the height of Black Friday holiday shopping, Target suffered a malware at...
Social Media and Your Reputation: What You Need to Know
Sep 26, 2014 - Did you do anything fun this weekend? Maybe you had a little too much fun at the after-work happy hour on Friday, and now the whole office knows because someone tagged you in a Facebook photo. Everyone likes to cut loose on the weekend, but what you do in your free time is hard to [...]
Social Media Scams: 5 Tips for Staying Safe While You Share
Sep 10, 2014 - You see the warnings all the time. Beware of the Facebook color scam going around! Don't click links from fishy-looking emails asking you to log into your Twitter account! Social media is impossible to escape, but with its proliferation comes a slew of new dangers and safety concerns. The days of...
Viruses, Malware, and Spyware
Experts estimate that over one million viruses, spyware and adware applications, collectively called malware, have been released over the Internet. The purpose of these malware programs ranges from annoyances, like advertising pop-ups, to the downright criminal, like attempting to steal your identity. Luckily, Internet security software programs exist to help prevent your computer from being infected. All of the services we have reviewed offer advanced protection against viruses, spyware, adware and phishing scams. Most will even limit the amount of spam you see in your email inbox.
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