Thousands of laptops and mobile devices go missing or are stolen every year. That’s why it’s so important to keep current data backups and use secure passwords, but you can go a step further and use tracking software to locate your laptop, and do things like delete data, and find out who’s using it, and what they’re doing with it.
If you own a Mac, chances are you’ve always had a good deal of comfort as it relates to the security and vulnerabilities of your Mac. If it was grounded in good security practices, that may not need to change at all, but we thought it only appropriate to point out some facts. Security cannot…
We often see messages about updates that are available for our computer. Many simply click the ‘x’ to tell them to go away, with every intention of doing it later. Malware such as ‘Flashback’ is the reason you should do it NOW!
As the Mac becomes more more and more popular, it becomes more of a target for hackers and other threats. That said, Windows is much more likely to be attacked, but as the saying goes – if you don’t have something to tell you your system is infected, how do you know? You won’t. So it’s best to have an antivirus for your Mac for peace of mind, if nothing else.