Password management utilities are great tools to not only manage your passwords, but be more secure about how you use them.
Changing passwords periodically is the conventional wisdom. I’m unconventional, and explain why.
Hacking into someone’s account is often seen as an answer to some problem. In reality, all it does is open a can of worms and put you at risk.
There is one approach to life, one setting in our psyche, that will affect your experience with technology much more than any lack of skill or knowledge.
Using a different password for every login is an important part of overall security and doesn’t have to be difficult.
Open Wi-Fi hotspots at coffee shops, airports, and other public places are opportunities for hackers to steal information and more. I’ll review how to stay safe.
If your webmaster leaves unexpectedly, you can have a lot of trouble getting access to your own website. I’ll review some of the things that you need to do to prepare — just in case.
There are several ways websites can reasonably approximate your location and serve up ads specific to locale. I’ll look at a few.
It’s common to ask “Why?” when it comes to computers. Unfortunately, it’s also common to be frustrated with the answer.
Finding out who owns a Hotmail account is nearly impossible.