Don’t let your online privacy be a thing of the past. Learn why it’s important and the ways in which your privacy can be compromised online. From webcam hacking to programs that spy on what you do and everything in between– we’ve got all the info you need right here.
The quickest way to check if your Facebook account is part of the latest data leak. It affects nearly 30 million Facebook users -- make sure you're not one of them!
No matter the color of their hat, hackers are a dangerous force to reckon with. AVG takes a look at some of the most prolific of our time. From state actors to skilled individuals, these people have rocked the digital world in some form or another. What can we learn from their exploits?
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.
Easily add a password to your Microsoft Excel, Word, or PowerPoint files to prevent anyone from opening them. Works with Microsoft Office 365, Office 2016, Office 2013, and Office 2010 for Windows.
Protect your private Word docs, PDFs, and other documents with AVG's newest privacy feature.
Here’s a quick way to prevent third-party apps from accessing your Facebook data. We show you how to keep your Facebook safer from data-hungry companies with a couple of clicks, and save you potential headaches of the Cambridge Analytica kind in the future.
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.
The real truth about how gamers use VPNs. Whether you're a pro gamer or casual, here are all the reasons you might need a VPN — and all the reasons why you probably don't.
Are you part of the 143 million people whose social security info could have leaked in the Equifax hack? Here’s everything you need to know to protect yourself.
Webcam hacking is dangerous, but your phone camera and surveillance system can also be used to spy on you. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Your camera isn't just a window out into the world — it's also a window in. And if you're not using it, you really should be covering it up with tape.