Using a strong firewall can help you control who gets access to your computer and how. Learn how to implement the iptables firewall on your Linux desktop.
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could keep tabs on your network to keep it safe? With GlassWire Pro: Lifetime License you can do that.
Did you know you can set up Windows Firewall to log connections that go through it? Here is how to track Internet activity using Windows Firewall log.
Concerned about security on your Mac? Luckily, you can use Stealth Mode to make it more difficult for hackers and malware to find you. Here’s how.
Looking to increase the security of your smartphone and help keep it protected? Here are three of the best Android firewall apps. Give them a try.
There are many ways to protect yourself online. Is it a concern of yours? Do you take added steps to protect yourself?
Firewall is important for your pc and you don’t have to pay big bucks for reliable firewall. Here are several free firewall applications for Windows.
Some of the power tools are hidden in Windows and most people don’t know about them. Here are some of the Windows power tools that you can use.
Need to block certain applications from accessing the Internet? Learn how to create advanced firewall rules in Windows to protect yourselves.
Windows XP has been a great OS, but it won’t be supported any more this coming April. Here is what you can do after Windows XP end of support by Microsoft.
If asked what firewalls do, most people would answer that they keep you safe. You might have noticed that the firewall you’re using has two sets of “rules”: inbound and outbound. Do you really need both of them? We’ll discuss this and discover what you should know about these concepts.
If you’re wondering what to do with an old computer, check out these fourteen ways to make good use of your old coomputer before you throw it away.
Shortcuts can be extremely handy and useful, but sometimes it is difficult to create. Here are 5 really useful shortcuts you should have in Windows.
We all know that Windows 7 comes with its own Firewall tool, but very few people makes good use of it to protect themselves. It is not the fault of the users. This is mainly because the Firewall tool is hidden deep in the control panel and the minimal and confusing interface make setting it […]
While firewalls are not particular to the Windows operating system, many Windows users feel the utter need to use a firewall. However, they don’t know enough about how it works to tell what it’s doing for them. If you’re wondering what makes a firewall tick and how it’s protecting your computer, this article is for […]
Everyone’s freaked out, especially when big organizations start getting hacked in larger numbers every day. Companies are currently trying to profit from the fear people have by selling them security solutions that many of them don’t need. I’ve been anti-virus-free since 2002 and haven’t since had one single problem with a computer. However, there are […]
If you are using, or planning to use Linux, a good incentive is the relative security that is implemented by default. Linux systems are insensitive to a good majority of Windows and Mac OS viruses, and the GNU project in itself assures the authenticity of the software. However, every (paranoid) geek knows that there is […]
If you are not making effort to improve your Windows 7 security Running a program always carries risks. For example, a program executed by a normal user can easily change the registry so it will start every time you turn on your computer. Other times, a utility, designed to improve your operating system, can change the […]