Employ robust two-way firewall protection to stop hackers, spyware, bots, and other attacks.
Gary Kovacs gets the nod to guide AVG, where he'll be forced to contend with problems not unlike those he faced at Mozilla.
In this edition of Ask Maggie find out how you can make that iPod touch or new computer safer for your kids to use.
ZoneAlarm SocialGuard is a new Windows program that allows parents to scan their children's Facebook profiles to look for suspicious posts and contact with strangers.
A Consumer Reports survey finds that 7.5 million Facebook users are younger than 13, in violation of the company's terms of service, and that more than 5 million were 10 or younger.
It normally runs $39.95, but you can grab a license today without spending a penny. This version of ZA includes anti-phishing, credit-monitoring, and download-protection tools.
CNET's laptop reviewer, Dan Ackerman, joins us to talk about how he's building a media room in a tiny Manhattan apartment. Also, your questions answered, including: how many antivirus apps do I need?
A false-positive update pushed out by McAfee wreaked havoc on workplace computers, but there is a fix available. Be warned: it's not easy.
A false positive causes some AVG antivirus software users to think they are under attack from a new Trojan horse.
Normally $29.95, ForceField is being offered free of charge--but only for today. It promises safe Web access by creating a virtual browser.
Update of the popular firewall allows users locked out of the Internet following the installation of the patch to operate normally again.