Business Security Software

April 27, 2017

You may be wondering what the difference is between consumer and enterprise security software. There is a big difference. The difference comes in how the software is installed, maintained, and monitored. Enterprise Security software is targeted towards business and it makes it easy for one person to install, maintain, and monitor security software on many […]


Security Software Roundup

April 27, 2017

(Updated April 27, 2017) This is a roundup of security software packages. For the purposes of this article, we are focusing on consumer versions targeted at residential customers and small businesses that do not have a server. We will cover business oriented security products in a separate article. After reading this article, see what security software […]


Change Your Apple Password Before April 7th

April 4, 2017

If you use iCloud, whether you use it on your iPhone, iPad, laptop, or computer, we recommend you change your iCloud (Apple) password before April 7th. That’s just 3 days from now, so don’t doddle. iCloud has not been hacked. But lots of other websites have been hacked. You would be surprised how many get […]


2016 Scam Update

October 21, 2016

From time to time we update you on computer related scams. A couple of years ago we told you about a scam where you would get a call from someone claiming to be with Microsoft or “Windows Support” telling you that your computer is infected and they can fix it for you. For a fee. […]


Is it OK to Let Your Browser Remember Your Password?

August 23, 2016

When you login to a website, your browser (the program that lets you look at websites) may ask if you want it to remember the password. Saving the password is convenient because the next time you go to that website, the browser will enter your password for you so all you have to do is […]


Can You Have Too Much Security?

August 19, 2016

Can you have too much security? That’s a big 10-4! Just like home security, computer security is a deterrent, not a 100% guarantee. You could try to make your home absolutely safe, but if you did that, would you want to live there? Concrete walls, multiple layers of security, guards, guard dogs, and a killer […]


Owning a Computer

March 23, 2016

These days, most everyone has at least one computer. Unlike your toaster or your TV, computers require quite a bit of labor to protect and maintain. Here is a list of things every computer owner should be doing: Keep it Safe! Purchase one of our recommended security packages and keep it renewed and updated. Keep […]


Security Alert!

February 19, 2016

Important Security Alert! Back in July of 2015, we updated you on Cryptowall. If you want to revisit that article, here’s a link to it: Cryptowall is classified as RansomWare. A nasty malicious piece of software that encrypts all of your files and holds them for ransom. The only way to get your files […]


How Did My Computer Get Infected?

October 19, 2015

Sometimes you click on something and you immediately know that you just infected your computer. But most of the time when a computer is infected, it’s not obvious how it happened. Everybody would like to know how their computer got infected, but nobody wants to pay extra to find out. The fact is, most of the […]


How to Create a Good Password

July 31, 2015

With all of the hacking going on these days, it’s important to have good complex passwords on your important accounts. Important accounts include email, online retailers, banks and other financial institutions, etc. When you create a password you want it to be something that nobody could guess, but you also want it to be something […]