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InternetNews.com Security News
 • New Federal Data Breach Bill Debuts in Senate
 • Cisco Unveils Top 10 Web Malware Threats
 • Cisco's CSO Details Security Approach
 • Adobe Hurries Patch for PDF Security Flaw
 • Say What? The Week's Top Five IT Quotes
 • New Security Features Planned for Firefox 4
 • Another Laptop Theft Exposes 21K Patients' Data
 • Microsoft Preps Array of Windows Patches
 • File Monitoring Key to Enterprise Security
 • Metasploit Targets Social Engineering
 • Spam Looking More Like Legitimate Email
 • HP Leverages TippingPoint for Security Services
 • Health Care Orgs Endure Data Breach Epidemic
 • Most Don't Object to Cyber Spying: Report
 • Tech Firms Split on Paying for Security Flaws
 • Windows Shortcut Zero-Day Gets Patch
 • Smart Card Shipments Explode
 • Google Hacking for Enterprise Security: Black Hat
 • Microsoft to Issue Patch for Zero-Day Hole
 • Taking the Measure of the Twitter 'Crime Rate'

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InternetNews.com Business News
 • Tech Stocks Gain Despite HP's Plunge
 • HP CEO Hurd Quits After Harassment Investigation
 • FCC Drops Closed-Door Net Neutrality Talks
 • Microsoft-Salesforce Deal: Who Won?
 • Say What? The Week's Top Five IT Quotes
 • Android Passes RIM as Top Mobile OS in 2Q
 • Simplified Analytics Improve CRM, BI Tools
 • LinkedIn Snaps Up SaaS Player mSpoke
 • Salesforce, Microsoft Bury the Hatchet
 • HP, DoJ Reach Deal to Settle Kickback Case
 • Intel, FTC Strike Deal Over Anticompetition Suit
 • MicroStrategy Tops Street on BI Software Growth
 • Amazon, Apple Face Pressure on eBook Deals
 • Windows 7 Sales Surge Ahead of Vista
 • Big Gains for Android as Smartphone Sales Boom
 • U.A.E. Threatens to Ban BlackBerry Services
 • Google, CIA Invest in Recorded Future
 • Research Highlights iPhone 4 Antenna Woes
 • Beta Version of RIM's App World 2 Opens
 • Microsoft Racing Ahead With Slate PCs: Ballmer

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PCWorld Privacy
 • VPN Unlimited review: Good speeds, but what's with that map?
 • How to roll your own VPN on Windows
 • Best VPN services of 2018: Reviews and buying advice
 • HotSpot Shield review: It's fast, beautiful, and definitely not for anonymity
 • HotSpot Shield review: It's fast, beautiful, and definitely not for anonymity
 • Windscribe Pro review: It's all about the extras
 • Buffered VPN review: It gets the job done
 • Hands-on: The Purism Librem 15 builds serious security into a slender laptop
 • AVG Internet Security Review: A premium antivirus suite that you can put on all your household PCs
 • ExpressVPN review: A good service with no public leadership
 • IVPN review: A small VPN worth a look for U.S. and UK connections
 • PureVPN review: It works well if you don't mind virtual server locations
 • HideIPVPN review: Great if you need a speedy connection via Germany
 • HotSpot Shield review: It's fast, beautiful, and definitely not for anonymity
 • New Windows 10 privacy controls include a way to erase that embarrassing search
 • Windscribe Pro review: It's all about the extras
 • VyprVPN review: A good non-American, American VPN
 • Buffered VPN review: It gets the job done
 • How to delete or disable your Facebook account
 • Hands-on: The Purism Librem 15 builds serious security into a slender laptop
 • AVG Internet Security Review: A premium antivirus suite that you can put on all your household PCs
 • How to delete or disable your Facebook account
 • How—and why—you should use a VPN any time you hop on the internet
 • 6 ways to lock down your iPhone’s lock screen
 • Windows 10 Privacy: How to disable the Location features
 • Windows 10 Privacy in the Creators Update
 • Three privacy tools that block your Internet provider from tracking you
 • How to keep a private stash of bookmarks in Chrome
 • How to check if your VPN is leaking private data
 • Facebook encrypted messages: Setting up Secret Conversations in Messenger
 • How to encrypt your Facebook messages with Secret Conversations
 • How to remove your email address from Windows 10's login screen
 • How to tell if your Android phone has spyware


PCWorld Business
 • Meltdown and Spectre FAQ: How the critical CPU flaws affect PCs and Macs
 • How to protect your PC from the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws
 • How to test how much Spectre and Meltdown hurt your PC's performance
 • Intel says it's been hit with 32 separate lawsuits over Spectre, Meltdown
 • Samsung Notebook 7 Spin review: A solid 8th-gen 2-in-1 with plenty of battery life
 • Logitech MX Master 2S review: The Flow software lifts this elegant mouse above the rest
 • Honor 7X review: The most phone you can get for under $200
 • Plextor M9Pe NVMe SSD review: Far faster than SATA and almost as affordable
 • The best free backup software and services: Reviews and buying advice for protecting your data
 • Lenovo Yoga 920 review: 8th-gen Core i7 power in a gorgeous—but pricey—2-in-1 shell
 • Dell Inspiron 13 5000 review: A speedy 2-in-1 ultrabook boosted by Intel’s 8th-gen CPU
 • The best laptops: Ultrabooks, budget PCs, 2-in-1s, and more
 • Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse review: A flagship mouse worthy of the Surface name
 • How to protect your PC from the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws
 • How to test how much Spectre and Meltdown hurt your PC's performance
 • Intel says it's been hit with 32 separate lawsuits over Spectre, Meltdown
 • Samsung Notebook 7 Spin review: A solid 8th-gen 2-in-1 with plenty of battery life
 • Killing passwords in Windows 10 S is one of 7 big changes in Windows 10 Build 17093
 • Intel expects hard drives to disappear, replaced by SSDs with Optane and cloud storage
 • Logitech MX Master 2S review: The Flow software lifts this elegant mouse above the rest
 • Honor 7X review: The most phone you can get for under $200
 • How to test how much Spectre and Meltdown hurt your PC's performance
 • How to customize Excel Conditional Formatting
 • Excel macros: Essential rules, tips and tricks
 • Excel databases: Creating relational tables
 • How to build the best free PC security software suite
 • Excel Workbooks: Three-dimensional workbooks and other number-crunching powers

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