• Are wireless keyboard and mice still vulnerable to hackers?

    If so, is there a way to secure it?
    If so, is there a way to secure it?
    7 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Can my ISP provide my parents with what sites I visit?

    Ok so I'm LGBT, but I'm not out to my parents. They wouldn't be very accepting- and I don't want to be in an environment where they know because trust me it would be a bad situation. However, I want to start connecting to online LGBT resources. I'm currently living at home and I don't want... show more
    Ok so I'm LGBT, but I'm not out to my parents. They wouldn't be very accepting- and I don't want to be in an environment where they know because trust me it would be a bad situation. However, I want to start connecting to online LGBT resources. I'm currently living at home and I don't want them to find out if I go to LGBT sites and things like that. If I use incognito mode on google chrome I know it stops it from displaying the sites on my internet history, but the ISP still can see it. Is there a way my parents could get the list of what sites I visit from our ISP?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Someone has unauthorized access to my computer, how can i stop that?

    Best answer: It is TOTAL BULL$hit. Microsoft NEVER calls you about your machine, viruses or anything else. DO NOT call them. DON'T give anyone access. They will screw it up instead of fixing it. You can't necessarily stop them from calling your on the phone, but you can tell the caller to go to |-|ell. They might get... show more
    Best answer: It is TOTAL BULL$hit.

    Microsoft NEVER calls you about your machine, viruses or anything else. DO NOT call them. DON'T give anyone access. They will screw it up instead of fixing it.

    You can't necessarily stop them from calling your on the phone, but you can tell the caller to go to |-|ell. They might get the message.

    EDIT: Go to this website and follow all of the instructions for cleaning out malware and other infections from your system. This guy who posts this is a local PC columnist and consultant:
    http://securitytango.com/
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • If a burglar steals my pc with confidential info stored on it and requires a password to log in. Can the thief still access my information?

    Best answer: Yes. Breaking the windows password is as easy as removing the hard drive and plugging it into another computer as a second hard drive, If you have confidential information you need to use an encryption program. There are several free ones out there and ones you can purchase for a few dollars. The windows password... show more
    Best answer: Yes. Breaking the windows password is as easy as removing the hard drive and plugging it into another computer as a second hard drive, If you have confidential information you need to use an encryption program. There are several free ones out there and ones you can purchase for a few dollars.

    The windows password only keeps out the idly curious.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Best antivirus?

    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do you think is the best computer security program for your computer's security?

    Best answer: Sandboxie and DeepFreeze used together stops 99.9% of all forms of malware that exists. Plus deep freeze is like a fountain of youth for a computer because when it is switched on the computer never ages my six-year-old computer runs exactly the same way today as it did 6 years ago when I first bought it. Deep... show more
    Best answer: Sandboxie and DeepFreeze used together stops 99.9% of all forms of malware that exists.
    Plus deep freeze is like a fountain of youth for a computer because when it is switched on the computer never ages my six-year-old computer runs exactly the same way today as it did 6 years ago when I first bought it.
    Deep freeze is the best in its class for what it does which is a powerful system restore program. Basically when it is switched on no changes at all can be made to the computer so if you get a virus or any type of malware you simply reboot the system as all back to brand new again. No need to ever scan a computer no malware definitions to download day after day.
    Deep freeze is the program that is used in many universities and Public Access computers like libraries Etc to prevent people hacking or changing the system.
    There are however very powerful Next Generation antivirus which use up to 12 antiviruses in one single package. About 3 years ago I was a beta tester for secure a plus which uses 12 antiviruses but if you want to go even more powerful then there is something called OpswatMetascan 32 security programs in one
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Which of the following do I need an antivirus for: MacBook Pro, iPhone, iPad?

    Best answer: You dont need an antivirus especially not on iphone or ipad lol u cant even download anything
    Best answer: You dont need an antivirus especially not on iphone or ipad lol u cant even download anything
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • What is the best free antivirus of 2017?

    20 answers · 1 week ago
  • I bought an iPad from a guy on Craigslist but it's Icloud locked?

    How do I unlock it? I contacted him and told him it's locked and he says it shouldn't be, but I don't think he knows how to remove the device from the account. How can I get past it?
    How do I unlock it? I contacted him and told him it's locked and he says it shouldn't be, but I don't think he knows how to remove the device from the account. How can I get past it?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I become administrator of my own computer?

    I tried deleting some files, but it said I needed permission from the system admin. I am the owner of the computer and nobody else uses it, so why wouldn't I be set up as the administrator to begin with?
    I tried deleting some files, but it said I needed permission from the system admin. I am the owner of the computer and nobody else uses it, so why wouldn't I be set up as the administrator to begin with?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • HALP! My friend sed dat he could hack my Fb!?

    Best answer: Because you are a troll, yes he can. For us normal people, no he cant.

    Mom needs her computer back.
    Best answer: Because you are a troll, yes he can. For us normal people, no he cant.

    Mom needs her computer back.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is ransomware only on the hard drive?

    6 answers · 5 days ago