Why Small Businesses Should Care About Computer Security

As a small business, you might think that you don't need to worry about computer and network security. After all, why would an attacker go after a small company when they could get a bigger payout from a huge corporation?

The reality is that small businesses are not immune from cyber attacks.

How to Keep Everything Updated in Windows 10

As you may know, updates are critical for keeping your computer safe. Having the latest patches installed protects you from exploits that target older versions, plus it gives you access to current features.

Let's look at how to stay on top of updates in Windows 10 so you don't miss out on any important fixes.

How Does Your Browser Know Websites Are Secure?

You've probably noticed that your browser marks websites as Secure, Not Secure, or even warns you about imminent danger when you visit one. Have you ever wondered how it knows about the safety of websites like this?

Let's look at website security certificates and how your browser determines this information.

Don’t Fall For Tech Support Refund Scams!

Scammers are always coming up with new ways to take money from innocent people. And while the tech support scams that we've examined before are still common, you should be aware of a similar scheme that takes a different path.

These scams are typically known as refund scams.

What You Should Know About Zoom Security

With much of the world's workforce suddenly working remotely in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the video chat app Zoom quickly rose to great popularity. Chances are that you've used it at least once, but is it safe?

Let's take a look at the privacy and security issues Zoom has had, how to secure your chats, and some alternatives if you don't feel comfortable using it.

What Is a CAPTCHA and Why Are They Important?

Chances are that while browsing the internet, you've come across a box like this many times:

This little test is known as a CAPTCHA. But what exactly is this, and why do so many websites require you to complete it? Let's find out.
What Is a CAPTCHA?
CAPTCHA is an acronym that stands for "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.

Can iPhones Get Viruses? The Facts About iPhone Malware

People are usually concerned about their Windows computers picking up malware, and infection is sometimes a worry on Android. But iPhone users don't typically worry about viruses.

Let's examine this and see if it's well-founded to believe that your iPhone can't get a virus or other form of malware.