Popular Security Articles for 2010
Google Chrome is already the safest web browser on the market, but when it comes to security you can never be too careful. We've compiled 15 Chrome extensions that lock[...]
The main reason most people switch from Internet Explorer to Firefox is to improve their browser security, but that doesn't mean Firefox is bullet-proof. We offer up the 10 best[...]
For 2010 we reviewed ten paid antivirus solutions -- today we break the reviews down and show you which one is the best.
Over the last several months we reviewed 10 of the latest high-end consumer Internet security suites -- today we break down the numbers and pick a winner.
Internet threats continue to pose a problem for anyone that surfs the Internet -- and yes, that includes you reading the headline and thinking you know it all. In this[...]
ESET NOD32 4 was one of our favorite antivirus suites last year -- does version 4.2 retain its first-class spot this year? Read our review to find out.
ESET is one of the better-known names in computer security software. Today we take a look at their flagship consumer protection suite, Smart Security 4. Is it worth its asking[...]
CA claims its top-of-the line consumer security product offers business-grade security to home users. We put CA Internet Security Suite Plus through its paces and see if it lives up[...]
CA Anti-Virus Plus Anti-Spyware 2010 is advertised to keep your computer virus-free, spyware-proof, yet still run well on a power-strapped netbook. Read our review to find out if CA's results[...]
PC Tools Internet Security 2011 packs antivirus/antispyware protection with antispam and a firewall for less than competitors. Is it worth your money? Read our review to find out.
Webroot is a familiar name in the PC security industry. We take a look at their recently-released AntiVirus 2010 with Spy Sweeper suite and find out if it is worth[...]
Those of us in multi-user households can appreciate the more comprehensive protection offered by a full security suite like Webroot Internet Security Complete 2011 -- read on for our full[...]
PCTools Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus 2010 is as advertised -- an antivirus/antispyware suite for home users designed for standard protection and ease of use. What does it offer (or lack)[...]
Internet Explorer is rightfully derided as the slowest and least secure browser on the market -- but IE is still the most widely used browser in the world. Thankfully, the[...]
Trend Micro recently rolled out its Titanium line of products; today we take a look at the top-end Titanium Maximum Security 2011 suite.
Norton 360 is a fully-featured security suite -- it packs parental controls, PC tuneup, and identity protection onto the expected antivirus and antispyware capabilities. How does it compare?
BitDefender was one of our favorite anti-virus suites last year; this time we take a look at their flagship consumer security suite for 2011.
Bitdefender antivirus 2010 promises basic protection for home users. It has some advanced features not normally seen on entry level protection suites and claims to be one of the most[...]
McAfee is back for 2010 with a revised version of its AntiVirus Plus product, claiming improved performance and faster scan times. Is this just marketing hype or is this product[...]
Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 is the company's highest-end consumer security software offering. Take a look at our in-depth analysis.