The bug has blown a hole in Internet security, and vigilance is required to keep your data safe.
Still trying to decide how to protect your credit and your identity? Take a look at these options.
The settings keep changing, but if you'll take even a minute to check some things, you can make yourself safer.
There is no foolproof way to keep yourself completely safe, but there are precautions you can take that will reduce the risk your data will be compromised.
You sign a form that indicates you understand your privacy rights -- but then office procedures may put your medical history at risk.
In a few cases, checks that have been deposited electronically have also been deposited the traditional way.
As Apple patches a security flaw in its operating systems, it's becoming more obvious that user behavior -- not which company's technology you use -- is the best way to stay secure online.
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