Malware which is the short form of malicious software alludes to different sorts of applications that are intended to access a PC for malicious purposes, and regularly without the user of the PC knowing anything about it. Customarily, the objective of malware has been to create income, either by taking your own data for resale on the internet or by encrypting the information on a computer and asking for money from the victim for them to access their precious files. Malware can contaminate PCs as well as other kinds of gadgets in a few different ways. Contrary to the popular belief that Macs are safer than Continue reading
Facebook is one of the world’s most widely used websites, and it’s likely that the majority of people you know have a Facebook account. There are 2.38 billion active users on Facebook right now, and the number grows every time someone creates a new account.
This has also made it one of the most widely targeted websites out there, and it’s just as likely that you’ve had your account hacked at least once – and you might not have known a Continue reading
We live in a world that is increasingly becoming more and more dependent on technology. Windows operating system is the most sought after system in the world. This makes it more vulnerable to malicious hackers. Nowadays, all our personal information is stored on our computers. Malicious individuals become more cunning and device ways to get to our personal information. You must take measures to protect your data and your computer. Not taking these measures leaves you Continue reading
Did you know that hackers infiltrate more than 50,000 websites around the world every day? That’s a staggering statistic. However, it’s a stark reminder of why ‘it’s so vital for online businesses and bloggers, to stay on top of their internet security and privacy protection systems.
Let’s take a quick look at some official statistics.
- The worldwide web is home to over a billion websites, with US servers hosting around 380-million of Continue reading
Windows 10 is the default operating system installed on the majority of devices these days; it was originally designed to be the most user-friendly, effective and fast OS from Microsoft – and so far, it’s performed well.
But there are a lot of things that can slow down your computer’s performance over time. If you’ve been using your PC for a stretch and noticed that it’s slowing down and more prone to lag when you can’t afford it to, or if you’ve bought a used PC from someone else and find that it’s too slow for what you Continue reading