If you accidentally installed a nasty fake antivirus or rogueware that simulates virus infection on your computer when it is actually clean, here are 6 ways on how to kill and remove them from your computer system.
According to CNET Download.com, REFOG is one of the most popular brand for keyloggers. It can be used for both good and bad purposes but if you find one installed on your computer without your knowledge, here is how you can reset the master password and forcefully uninstall it from your PC.
In this FortiClient review, we found that it offers very good protection against malicious software and a superior web filter for free, which makes it a good alternative to other free antivirus software such as Avast, AVG, Avira, etc.
NetCut is a program that can launch an attack on your local network and stop your computer from connecting to the internet. Amazingly very few security applications can detect or stop NetCut from doing this to your connection. Here we show you 5 ways to prevent NetCut from cutting off your internet.
The free version of Kon-Boot only supports booting from CD or floppy. Here are 6 different ways on how you can install Kon-Boot to a USB flash drive and use it to boot up computers bypassing Windows login.
Kaspersky Internet Security and Antivirus are top rated security products but it takes ages to download their latest virus definitions when you first install the software. There are ways to speed up the process, especially when installing the product on multiple computers, here we show you how.
Although Ping is useful for network admin, hackers also use Ping to find potential victims on the Internet. If you can configure your computer to block ping response, it should heightens the level of security for your computer. Here are 4 ways to do it.