In the past two years, Microsoft has spent more energy in making Windows Live Hotmail even better. The result proves that these efforts were not in vain. But—what does “better” mean? What is important for a modern e-mail service in 2010 and beyond?
Is a WLAN operator legally responsible for strangers connecting to his network and getting criminal? The Federal Court of Germany will decide on 12 May. Though, everybody should operate a secured wireless network — for your own interest and regardless of the court’s judgment.
It is one week ago that the latest Internet Explorer security problem came known. A security hole that offers hackers complete access to your computer, including all data stored on your hard disk. Of course, such news don’t spread a good feeling. Since last night, the security hole is finally closed. But how can you secure your own computer?
The German Federal Office for Information Technics (BSI) and the French Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) have warned users not to use Internet Explorer, making aware of an unpatched security hole in Microsoft’s browser.
Phishing has grown to be an important malicious way to get your personal data. So, in order to protect your sensitive data and keep them private, you should be alert about phishing. How are you affected?
When I opened my mail this morning, I found a message pretending to be from Microsoft. It offered me to install a Critical Update for Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express (KB910721), and also sent the download link.
Turned off last month due to a security issue with Internet Explorer and Active X, the Photo feature for Windows Live Hotmail has now been fixed and made available again. The Windows Live Team announces: Instead of adding pictures as attachments to your Hotmail messages by clicking Attach and then
After investigating 53 people in the United Status and 47 more people worldwide for 2 years, the FBI has charged them in a large phishing case in the U.S. and Egypt. According to the FBI, the U.S.-Egypt phishing operation collected personal information from thousands of victims and used that information
More than 20,000 Windows Live account credentials were published recently. That is why you should change your own password, even if your account was not among them. Here is how to change your password using the Windows Live account center. Open the Windows Live account center at https://account.live.com/ChangePassword.aspx. If prompted,
Many people send texts, spreadsheets, photos and videos—while not knowing that they contain much information that other people can discover with ease and that might be indiscreet. Who has collaborated on the text? How often has it been revised? What camera and aperture has been used to take the photo?