Let me share something with you: Almost every time I showed off Duplicate Finder to our Mac-using colleagues, they scoffed at me. “I already keep my files neat and tidy,” one of them said. “I don’t need that!”
It’s a common misconception that Macs run perfectly from day one until the day you give it away. We wish that were true. Macs may be the sportscars of the IT world, but just like all cars, they need proper maintenance to continue to run. There are two primary reasons for Mac slowdowns and related issues—the hard disk filling up and errors with so-called caches. (We’ll dive into this below.)
Yes, it can be a hard thing to admit. Nobody wants to speak up about it. For everyone’s sake, though, someone has to break the social taboo and just come out and say it—Macs are not impervious to malware. As secure as Macs generally are, the fact is that hackers are targeting them more than ever.
Independent testing lab AV-Comparatives performed two more of their objective product studies recently: one on malware protection and the other on performance. We are pleased to report that Avast Free Antivirus withstood the trials and the scrutiny, an…
This week’s episode was all about the stories data can tell.
This week’s flashback episode of Mr. Robot finally filled some gaps!
Blog post written by Ladislav Zezula, Jakub Kroustek and Martin Hron
It’s been a big news week in the world of Wi-Fi. The WPA2 security protocol, which for over ten years has been widely regarded as the safest way to use Wi-Fi, was discovered to have a serious security vulnerability. What does this mean for you, for us, and for all those people down at your local coffee shop using an unprotected Wi-Fi network as you read this? The following questions are designed to help us get some definitive answers:
At the end of episode one, Elliot asks Angela for a job at E Corp. Angela, like a true best friend, delivers.
In October, we conducted an online survey around webcam security awareness and found that 61% of Americans are concerned hackers could spy on them through their computer’s camera.