In this week’s Tech Talk radio show, we talk with Hannah Alper, Canada’s superstar blogger — who’s only in grade 4 — and we also talk with AVG about free anti-malware software to protect your PC and personal identity.
From the mailbag: “People are calling me and pretending to be Microsoft. What’s going on?”
Malware-infected computers may be severed from the Internet on July 9th.
In this week’s radio show, we chat about the phishing scams and how they try to ‘lure’ you out of cash, how Hotmail handles another annoying email problem referred to as ‘graymail’ and what the folks at ThinkGeek.com have cooked up for April Fool’s Day (and what previous joke products actually became real).
Police are searching for insecure WiFi networks. warning users, and giving info on how to secure them.
A new site, WhereDidYouWearIt.com, is encouraging people to ‘check in’ when they’re having sex with a condom, which shows their location of intimacy on a map. Here’s how it works and why it exists.
Symantec, once again, has compiled a list of Canadian cities and ranked them on how “risky” they are when it comes to cybercrime threats.
Those attending next week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas can get their hands on a new “plug in privacy” solution for Windows and Mac users.
If you’d like to load up your new Windows computer with new software, check out this list of the 11 most popular downloads of 2011.
Staying secure online is critical nowadays, and Microsoft has announced a new way they’re going to help protect Windows users while they browse.