Web browsers now include 'reset' buttons to swiftly get rid of browser-hijacking adware. Here's how to reset Apple Safari.
Modern Web browsers include 'reset' buttons to swiftly get rid of browser-hijacking adware. Here's how to reset Internet Explorer.
Ransomware on the rise: antimalware company AVAST found that its users encountered ransomware-infected websites 18 million times in 6 weeks.
Online spies are using a previously-unknown Internet Explorer flaw to conduct targeted attacks — and Microsoft has yet to issue a patch.
From maintenance utilities and image editing software to security tools and torrent clients, these are the very best free Windows apps.
Were you tricked into downloading the Lightspark Player Pro adware, or just sick of the popups? Here's how to get rid of it.
Now out for Windows, Aviator browser by WhiteHat has many features that increase your security and privacy online.
Make your searches private with the Disconnect Android App and Chrome, Firefox, IE and Safari browser plugin, updated today.
Drive-by downloads are one of the most effective and sneaky ways of spreading malware, yet few people know they even exist. Here's an explanation of what they are, and how you can protect yourself against them.
The new Aviator browser aims to fly high above the competition with its enhanced privacy and security features.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's HTTPS Everywhere browser plugin is available for Firefox for Android. Here's how to install it.
We put the Roku 3, Apple TV and Chromecast through a multi-round battle. Only one device will emerge as the best streaming media player.
Safari 7.0, only for OS X Mavericks, runs the oft-hacked Adobe Flash Player in a protective sandbox to keep you safer.
Chrome's new parental controls feature lets Google account holders set up 'supervised user' accounts and monitor their online activity.
The company behind Android's first porn app store has now done the same for Chrome — using the latest tech to protect user privacy.
With next week's Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft looks set to patch an Internet Explorer flaw being used to attack computers in East Asia.
An exploit Microsoft warned of last month is now targeting financial and government institutions in Japan and Taiwan.
Microsoft warns users of Internet Explorer about a new browser-based exploit; the fix is temporary and doesn't cover all users.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol is responsible for keeping a lot of your online data secure, and the NSA has likely already cracked it.
Google's new driver supposedly allows users to print from Windows-based applications to any printer listed on Google Cloud Print.
Opera releases their full browser on Google Play, featuring Discover Mode, Full Screen Support and Off-Road Mode.