We've seen this coming for several months now, Adobe Flash is on its way out. But what will this mean for those of us who still use this software? Flash has been widely used since the early 2000s, but is this better for your security in the long run? The answer will surprise you.
The idea that people could look up where you've been is not exactly comforting, which is why browsers offer features to let you peruse the internet privately without a trace of where you have been. At least that's what they'd like you to think.
Mother's Day is fast approaching, which means the time to shower the moms in your life with attention, affection and all sorts of love will be here soon. If your plan is to swing by the store and grab some flowers and a card the morning of May 13, good luck with that. But if you really want to get her something she will appreciate, we have some ideas.
If you're an Adobe Flash holdout, despite being warned for years that it's loaded with security bugs, Google is going to push you to get rid of it. In fact, you may not even be able to find it much longer. Find out why!
Cybercriminals trying to hack our information aren't the only ones we need to worry about. There are also old-fashioned criminals out there, rummaging through our trash looking for sensitive data, or even worse, breaking into our homes to get their hands on it. With so many threats lurking, you might feel overwhelmed at the prospect of protecting your information. You don't have to go it alone though, there are plenty of items to add to your repertoire to help.