Installing a new program onto your computer is risky business. If you’re not careful, the software you downloaded may be malware in disguise — a scheme to access your private information. Before you install any software, ask yourself these questions: How did I find this software? Did I seek it out or did they find […]
We’ve all heard about identity theft. But does it ever actually happen? The answer, unfortunately, is yes. The Federal Trade Commission received nearly 2.1 million identity theft claims in 2020, roughly twice the amount it received the year prior. The scammers are out there. With a little due diligence, you can keep your identity safe […]
Regularly updating security software can protect your family against scammers, hackers, malware and other online threats that can compromise your computer system and, consequently, your family’s financial security and other private information. Using software security that automatically updates — like our Ultimate Internet Security — keeps your technology current and decreases the likelihood of picking […]
Sometimes a search engine will return highly ranked results that nevertheless aren’t safe to visit. Maybe these pages have expired certificates or unusual redirects that haven’t gotten them flagged for removal yet — scammers are always trying to stay ahead. Your browser, or internet security software like Total Defense will usually warn you that they […]
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