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Did you get some new gadgets this holiday season to replace your old ones? We'll show you some tips on how to sell your old gadgets.
Use encryption, keep your software up-to-date, disable images in e-mail, scan e-mail attachments for viruses, use a nonadministrator Windows account, scan for viruses manually, and use a secure-erase utility to destroy old data.
Don't wait until a collection agency is dunning you for payment of an account a crook opened using your stolen identity. To reduce the risk, monitor all your financial accounts for unauthorized purchases or transfers.
Erasing an SSD drive not only sanitizes the drive, but recovers lost performance on systems with inefficient garbage collection. We'll show you how to securely erase your SSD drive.
Creative artist from the Free Art and Technology Lab has created a helpful (well, at least a hilarious) sticker for those who need to destroy data fast.
Don't put it in the microwave, don't roast it on a spit, don't soak it in acid, and don't put it next to an industrial-strength magnet; the key is to make the drive's platters unspinnable.
Rafe and Tom tell Twitter users how to get the most out of their Twitter accounts. Don't know what RT, OH or even @ means? You need to listen to this episode of The Real Deal.