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ad-aware pro internet security


Get a 1-year Ad-Aware Pro license for free

Ad-Aware Pro offers robust, award-winning Internet security. It normally costs $29.95, but if you grab it today, it's free!

By December 27, 2010


Don't buy ______ until Black Friday

The day after Turkey Day tends to be mostly hype, but for a select few stores and tech items, Friday should be buy-day.

By November 26, 2015


Dell to fix flaw of its own making that puts its computers at risk

The company acknowledges it recently sold PCs loaded with a form of identification that could make them vulnerable to cyberattack.

By November 24, 2015


Which iPad should you buy?

Lots of models. Lots of prices. Three sizes. Let us help you decide.

By November 24, 2015


See how the program's TrackSweep feature says goodbye to all of your Web-surfing history in one click.

See how the program's TrackSweep feature says goodbye to all of your Web-surfing history in one click.

May 21, 2008


Survive any apocalypse in this $17.5 million underground bunker

This luxurious Georgia bunker is 45 feet underground, houses about 20 people and can withstand a nuclear blast up to 20,000 tons. But that safety will cost you.

By November 18, 2015


RIP Cyber Monday, long live Cyber Sunday

Shoppers want Cyber Monday bargains on Sunday evening, says retail giant Walmart, so it's moving its online sales schedule ahead accordingly.

By November 23, 2015


Trend Micro Internet Security Pro 2010

Trend Micro Internet Security Pro's broad feature set combined with its look and feel make it a serious contender, but questionable efficacy and middling performance mean it's a program we're not recommending for this year.

By August 27, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating August 27, 2009

Lord of the Paranoids: New Yahoo security exec on protecting a billion-plus accounts

Bob Lord, Yahoo's new security chief, will lead a team called the Paranoids. Like all security executives, he has a tough job.

By November 21, 2015


Hacker group: We'll wipe ISIS off the Internet

Twitter accounts affiliated with the Internet vigilantes known as Anonymous vow to besiege the Islamic militants with "massive cyber attacks."

By November 16, 2015