With the proliferation of electronic devices that connect to the Internet, it becomes harder and harder to protect yourself and your computer from the possibility of dangerous or malicious programs destroying data or stealing personal private information. The problem is real, it is not an imaginary conspiracy theory made up by someone to sell you something. Businesses can receive hundreds or even thousands of malicious emails and other potential infections every day. Individuals, depending on the type of connection they have to the Internet, may see relatively few invasive attempts or as many as a business. Full Story
Choosing more secure passwords will help keep your identity safe on the internet. This article, and the companion video will show you how to create secure, easy-to-remember passwords.
All computers and other electronic devices, no matter how technologically advanced, will at some point in time crash and cease functioning. The point at which that happens is determined by immutable physical laws but may be accelerated by environmental issues as well as by the simple passage of time. Since hardware crashes are inevitable, from the moment you start investing time in entering and storing data, you have to plan for that inevitability. Occasionally, a computer or storage device will give you warnings of its imminent demise. But it is not unusual for electronic devices to cease working without any warning whatsoever. Full Story