Secure Windows 7
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.
Want to browse the internet anonymously? You can use Tor for that and it comes with a portable browser! Here’s how to make it work with Agnitum’s firewall
If you are new to Windows 7 or 8, you may want to know how to enable and configure the built-in Anti-malware tool Windows Defender, this guilde will help you to get started
Wondering where Malwarebytes is storing the quarantine. Check out the location after the break
With PCs becoming more and more important in our lives, it is vital to keep them safe from viruses, Trojans and other malware.
If you want to secure your network you should know what devices are currently connected and how to identify unknown devices via the MAC or IP address
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 connection routing email through 127.0.0.1 and a pre-defined port. A top guide!
Recently, I acquired a little Wifi cam for testing purposes. If you have one too, you may want to consider changing the default port over which you access it to make the camera more secure
Knowing the differences between Malware, spyware and adware can help you to stay away from trouble
If you are new to securing PC’s, the first thing you should know is the difference between Antivirus, firewall and antimalware/antispyware
If you always wanted to know more about adware cookies, here is a small introduction and how you can protect yourself
PC problems happen to the best of us, that’s why it is important to have a backup plan when disaster strikes to quickly recover your backups. Acronis True Image 2013 helps greatly.