CyberGhost VPN Review.
There was once a time when you had to be a little computer savvy to make use of a VPN. It’s a lot easier to make use of this technology today but some people may not understand what a VPN is or why they should consider using one. Simply put a VPN (Virtual Private Network) in this context is an encrypted tunnel to and from a computer in a remote location that relays information securely.
Normally when you browse the internet you connect directly to any site you visit. This leaves behind a lot of information about your computer, real world location and unless the site supports HTTPS any information entered is sent in the clear and could be [...]
The latest Acronis True Image 2015 Review. Acronis True Image 2015 for PC is available as a free trial. This trial is (almost fully) functional for thirty days which should be ample time to allow a user to assess its abilities and decide if it is the right choice for them. What is True Image? Simply put, it’s a backup software but as it turns out it is actually more of a backup solution.
The trial executable which you download is a web stub installer about 1.70 MB in size. An active internet connection will be required for the stub to download the needed files and complete the installation. True Image 2015 supports just about every Operating System from Windows XP to 8.1 with [...]
Blue Ridge Networks AppGuard Review
Anti-Virus products have been a staple in computer security for a while. While they still have their place on todays PC’s it’s been proven time and time again that their reactive nature and the fact they rely heavily on signature database updates can leave computer users exposed to newer threats until the vendors catch up. With thousands of new variations of malware being released daily, it is virtually impossible for them to keep us protected from the newest ones all the time. HIPs (Host Intrusion Prevention) have become commonplace alongside Anti-Virus software and even combined with firewalls but in order to get the maximum protection [...]
Passware Kit Standard 2015 Review.
Have you ever found a document, perhaps old taxes, stored on a disc someplace, that you suddenly found yourself requiring access to but can not for the life you remember what the password you used back then was?! I think it would be fair to say that I’m not the only one to have been locked out of my own old documents this way. That was only one example and there are many other situations like it but thankfully Passware recognized this very real problem and have addressed it with Passware Kit Standard 2015! Not only have they presented us a solution for this issue, they’ve done it in a rather simple way. It may take some time, but [...]