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What is a Keylogger? | How to Protect Your Passwords

Your complete guide to keylogging: what it is, how to protect your passwords and credit card info, and how to detect and remove a keylogger.

The Large-Scale Cyberattack Survival Guide

Everything you need to know to survive the Big One. Here are 7 tips on how to stay protected and make sure you don't get roped into a cyberwar when large nation states start slinging digital arrows at each other.

How To Get Rid Of Unnecessary Apps on Your PC

Bloatware, junkware, or apps you've just plain forgotten about: we show you in simple steps how to free your PC from all that gunk to rescue disk space, speed up boot-times and just generally get a smoother ride.

Meltdown and Spectre megabugs: a quick ‘n easy guide

The latest on the Meltdown and Spectre processor bugs -- where they come from, who they affect, how they work and how to fix them -- explained simply.

How to check if a website is safe

Website safety checks are a critical part of keeping your information safe online, but how can you tell if a website is safe? Just follow these tips.

5 reasons to get an ad blocker

Ad blockers are more than just convenient ways of cleaning up the web. They also carry security, usability, and ethical challenges. Should you use one?

Why cleaning your browser makes it safer

Your browser collects more information than you, and that can be used for or against you. Ever wondered what the catch in your browser's cache was?

Chrome battery life vs Edge, Firefox and Opera

Which browser is draining your battery life the most? Chrome, Edge or Firefox? We put them head to head. Here are the surprising results!

Top 3 ways to clean temporary files from your computer

Temporary files take up space, slow down your PC and contribute to crashes. Here are 3 ways guaranteed to find and wipe them off your system.

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