Identity theft is a huge problem an has been for years. Fortunately, there are some solid things you can do to prevent ID theft and it doesn't require a monthly subscription!
There isn't really all that much you need to do to keep your computer resistant to hackers and bad stuff. It's all a matter of having the right security software and there are free versions of each!
Perhaps you've heard of spam or phishing attacks. Nigerian scams? Lottery scams? People can really ruin your day if you're just gullible enough to believe any e-mail you see. Read this guide to understand not only e-mail safety, but etiquette tips as well.
Passwords protect nearly everything you do on the Internet, and yet nearly no one is ever trained on how to create them properly and keep them safe. Let's fix that for you right now!
The Internet has good parts and dark parts. The problem is that it's so very easy to take a wrong turn. Fortunately, a little knowledge goes a long, long way. Read this guide to become smarter about Internet pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Most people have far too little care for their privacy. And the ones that do often have no comeback when someone says "who cares unless you have something to hide!" Learn why it's not only dangerous, but downright irresponsible to freely share your information with others.
I worked in retail for many years and learned several of their tricks. Rebates, warranties, and gift cards are just some of the scams I can teach you to use appropriately or avoid entirely.
Shopping online is something many people worry isn't safe. The truth is that there's a wrong way and a right way to do it and if you take care, it can be a useful and highly valuable way to buy things.
Did you know that Facebook is by population in the top 5 countries in the world? And yet the leaders of Facebook do far too little to protect you and your information. There are constantly security problems and privacy issues due to negligence or outright purposeful design. Arm yourself with knowledge of what to watch for.