Learn about the free application from CNET that keeps your software secure and updated.
The botnets driving the recent distributed denial of service attacks are powered by millions of infected computers. Their coordinated flood of requests overwhelms the Internet's DNS servers, slowing them down and even knocking the servers offline. The long-term solution for site operators and visitors alike may rely on reluctant ISPs working together.
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We compare three patch-management utilities that identify applications on your PC for which updates are available: CNET TechTracker, Secunia Personal Software Inspector, and Sumo.
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Apple's new Mac App Store has proven to be quite popular, but some people do not wish to have it on their systems.
Here is basic information for how to figure out if your computer might be infected and what to do if you think it is.
Our weekly utilities update report is a list of updates for Mac utilities that have been released in the past week. Though utilities can be any tool that helps you perform a routine task (including image manipulation and synchronization), our focus in this column is to bring you those tools that help in troubleshooting Mac hardware and software problems.
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week.