Update the security software, operating system, and web browser on all of your Internet-connected devices. Keeping your security software up to date will prevent attackers from taking advantage of known vulnerabilities. Use a tool like our PC Tune-up to keep your PC running like new.
If you have ever signed into a site using your Facebook, Google or Twitter account, then you have already shared some of your data with a third party. It’s a good idea to occasionally look at which services are connected to your social networks. Incidents such as the Cambridge Analytica leak illustrate the risks of […]
If you are a parent, you might wish to restrict your family’s access to certain apps or sites. All major computing platforms have features allowing you to do so. For example, you can disable specific programs for individual users, monitor a child’s device and/or require your express approval for any purchases.
When making online donations make sure any charity you donate to is a legitimate non-profit organization and that you type in the web address instead of following a link. Know your charity. Online or offline never give to a charity that you know nothing about.
Many of us download apps for specific purposes, such as planning a vacation, and no longer need them afterwards, or we may have previously downloaded apps that are no longer useful or interesting to us. It’s a good security practice to delete all apps you no longer use.
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