Amer Alharbi wrote: What is the best way for you to creat a password and manage your password, for me I use 1password and I also write It in piece of paper. I’m glad you asked, Amer! I’ve discussed password creation and management many times over the years. However, now – more than ever before […]
Do you use commercially-available security options for your computer, or do you go with open source solutions? Read this free guide: Open Source Security Tools: A Practical Guide to Security Applications
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Are you an IT pro in charge of the BlackBerry devices that your company uses? How do you manage security? Here’s a free guide you might want to check out: Protection for Every Enterprise: How BlackBerry Security Works
How much do you know about subnetting? It may not be your most favorite task, but every IT person needs to understand this concept. Read the free Quick and Dirty Subnetting guide!
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When was the last time you used FTP? If you transfer files with any frequency, then this free guide might be worth a peek. Read: Practical Guide to Secure File Transfers
Who knew that there were so many ways to threaten the security of your DNS? Find out all of the scary details about these attacks and what you can do to prevent them.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Vipre for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Today I’m announcing the second winner of my giveaway for a one-year license to the 2013 edition of VIPRE Internet Security. I already gave away a license to a lucky LockerGnome reader who had commented to […]
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Vipre for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Last week I installed a better Internet security application than I’d been using on my Windows test system. As I described at the time, VIPRE Internet Security 2013′s installation process was clear and simple, and my […]
Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed Is location-based social media an incredibly innovative technology that will garner relationships and bring them to the real world, or a creepy way to help evildoers find out where you are, or where you aren’t? One thing is for sure, this […]
Apple was silent for far too long on the matter of the Mac Defender Malware, a Rogue anti-virus application like those seen on Windows machines for the past few years. This type of malware tricks users into thinking they are protecting their computer by displaying false “infection” messages and offering a fix in exchange for […]