Mobile Security – Something We Really Need to Care About [Infographic]

We are now living in the age of “information explosion”. Smartphone has become a part of our life as more and more functions have been integrated to it. No matter where we go, you can see that people are always watching their phones. It seems that no mobile phones, no sense of security. With... Read More

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The Potential Risks of Public Wi-Fi

The convenience of wireless connection is getting increasingly important in our daily lives. People can gain access to a public Wi-Fi almost everywhere in urban areas, which makes great impact on the way people spend their money. Studies showed that people tend to spend their money at where... Read More

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Malware – The Most Destructive Computer Threat [Infographic]

With the rapid development of Internet, our dependence on the Internet becomes more and more strong. Shopping online, travel, work, booking tickets, watching online games and news have become a means of using Internet. At the same time, Internet also creates a lot of opportunities for cyber... Read More

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Watch Out Your Document! Macro Malware Levels to Six-Year Highs

Still remember what hot issue about computer malware was in 1990s? If we are having difficulty, it could be because malware at that time often fell into decline as techniques and technologies moved on. There are a lot of changes within virus attacks, and that change makes it hard to maintain the security of computer once we do not be careful. It seems like macro malware disappeared for many years and we only heard some news about it every now and then. However, it has never gone far from our life and recently, more macro viruses have staged something of a revival via making use of social-engineering trickery. According to many researches, this kind of virus has been making a return. Continue reading

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10 Most Common Internet Scams

Along with the popularization of the network, Internet scams also occur and vary. A lot of people are falling into the traps of scammers online and getting involved in financial losses and other problems. Can you recognize Internet scams when you see it? Here’s a quick guide to the Top 10... Read More

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Antivirus Software – How to Choose the Right One for Your Computer

We all make choice, and as long a we get a computer, we should take the computer security in to consideration and make decision in installing antivirus software. In terms of antivirus software, experienced computer users are able to choose the right one for their computer, but for inexperience computer users and especially computer illiterate, might be more difficult to find perfect antivirus software for their computers. But when we are faced with multiple choices we may find it difficult to decide. Thus, to get a perfect antivirus virus for our computer, we need to answer some questions.Thus,do follow the questions below and get to know about how to choose the right antivirus software for your computer. Continue reading

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How to Start Windows Based OS in Safe Mode?

Safe Mode is a special way for Windows operating systems to diagnose problems. It allows you to troubleshoot Windows in a limited state and correct any problems that may prevent windows from starting normally. In this diagnostic mode, only the most basic files and drivers necessary to run... Read More

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How Can You Restore Your System to An Earlier State?

Sometimes, your computer may encounter some errors caused by certain recently installed programs or virus infections. If you want to use System Restore option to fix these issues without deleting any of your data, just follow the guide in this post to restore your computer to a previous state... Read More

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How to Install Antivirus Programs and Use Them to Deal with Malware

There is no doubt that each PC should be loaded with a reliable antivirus program these days. Many people may don’t see the point about how important a security program is as they have never come across any malware, but it doesn’t mean the threat does not exist on their computers.... Read More

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