Passwords are a pain, aren’t they? How can you be expected to memorize a password that has an arbitrary number of capital letters, special characters, and numbers?
It’s annoying. But trust me when I tell you that it is very important that you don’t dismiss the importance of a Password Plan.
Over the past few months, a new kind of spam email scam has joined the ranks of perennial favorites like the “Nigerian Prince who needs your help to move a huge sum of money” scam: the “FINAL WARNING” sextortion email. There are many different versions of this scam,...
Your computer has become sluggish and unresponsive. Things take forever to open or load. Sometimes applications won’t open at all. Your sound stops working or your wireless keyboard loses its connection. The computer must be getting old, right? Or something is wrong that needs fixed? Not so fast…
Malware is a blanket term to cover all sorts of threats to your devices. The bottom line is: there is bad stuff out there, and you want to be protected. Whether you call it a virus, malware, or a more technical term, you need to adopt safe practices to prevent it.
The answer to my original question is yes. Almost always. That goes for you too, Mac users.