Starting September 1st, Google Chrome will automatically start pausing content that isn’t “central to the webpage.”
Firefox users are being urged to update to version 39.0.3 (or 38.1.1 for Enterprise users).
Be careful. That ‘Win10Installer.zip’ file attached to the email isn’t what you think it is!
Kudos to Adobe for quickly releasing a fix for a vulnerability that attackers starting exploiting following the Hacking Team security breach.
We’ve listed our top picks from AV-Test Institute’s “Best Antivirus Software for Windows Home Users” list.
You may already be aware that Adobe released an emergency security patch for its Flash Player last week. Read why it’s important that you install the update ASAP.
Users are being warned about a password recovery scam that tricksters are using to hijack Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail accounts.
Google has released a Chrome browser extension to help protect your Google login from phishing attacks.
There’s good news and bad news for lingering Windows XP users that prefer to use Google Chrome to surf the web.
Are you unable to resist clicking video posts on your Facebook newsfeed? Make sure you’re clicking on a legitimate Facebook video and not a fake one.