Today, we want to take a closer look at the command netstat. You can use netstat -b to check for spyware and viruses. Here’s…
If you want to secure your Windows 7 PC, you should read the following Windows 7 tutorials. All paranoid security geeks will also find some advanced tips here.
How to get a list of processes with disk activity on Windows
Nowadays, it’s important to secure your computer. That also involves monitoring unusual behavior, for example a lot of disk activity while you are idle.…
How to remove mDNSresponder.exe? Should I?
If you disable the Bonjour Service you can easily remove the mDNSresponder.exe from Windows 7.
Security: How to uninstall Java from Windows 7 to avoid exploits
Oracle – make of Java – strongly recommends that you uninstall older Java versions from your system to avoid security exploits
Privacy in 2014: Adware Tracking Cookies – What They Are and What They Do
If you always wanted to know more about adware cookies, here is a small introduction and how you can protect yourself
Easter Special – AVG: Check Emails For Viruses How Does it Work For Encrypted Emails?
This is a Easter special: I’ve extensively described how to set up AVG for checking encrypted emails over a secure SSL POP3 or IMAP…
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware – protection against malware and other common threats
Running an anti-virus program alone cannot offer adequate protection against all computer threats as many of these programs fail to detect the latest spyware…
Computer security – PART 2: Best practices for computer security
Knowing the best computer security practices and following them in your daily activities accounts for 90% of your computer security. Once you learn and…
Computer security – PART 1: The most common security threats
All networked computers are exposed to various types of computer attacks, which can cause financial loss, work disruption, identity theft, and other damages.
Windows security: Using and configuring Microsoft Security Essentials for maximum protection
Microsoft Security Essentials, replaced by the pre-installed Windows Defender in Windows 8, is a free antivirus software, offering protection against common security threats such…
3 Best AntiVirus Software for 2015
If you want to protect yourself from new emerging viruses in 2015, it’s always good to check the market for new antivirus software.
NSA Proof Your Computer Part 6: Exploring Cryptic Fonts And Operating Systems (Plus Video)
So, you’re still here to make your computer even more NSA proof? Let’s take a look at what people have come up with recently…
NSA-Proof Your Computer Part 5: Tor vs VPN (PPTP vs L2TP)
As some of you know, I’m a VPN enthusiast, I have tested lots of different VPN providers, so let’s take a quick look at…
Security Hassles: Are Long Passwords Better?
Let’s be honest. Passwords are a hassle. If you spend a lot of time on the computer, either for your job or for relaxation,…
Add An Extra Layer of Firewall Protection With TinyWall
TinyWall is a free program from an individual programmer that adds an extra level of protection to your Windows Firewall.