LogDog Checks Popular Services For Suspicious Logins

Android: Sites like Google and Facebook tell you about recent logins, so you can make sure no one else is accessing your accounts. Instead of checking individual sites, LogDog consolidates all those logs in one place.

Get Your iPhone's Touch ID Working Again By Retraining It

Apple’s Touch ID is great — when it works. If you’re having some trouble with your iPhone recognising your fingerprints, it’s time to train it a little more.

Regularly Check Your Frequent Flyer Accounts For Breaches

With so many hacks out there recently, your first instinct might be to look at your credit cards and bank accounts after a breach. If you’ve racked up lots of frequent flyer points, you should check those accounts also.

PlayPermissionsExposed Reveals Changes To Android Permissions

Android (Xposed): Last year, Google made a change to how Android permissions are handled that could allow some new privileges to slip through unnoticed. PlayPermissionsExposed is an Xposed module that fixes this so you won’t be taken by surprise.

Five Best Password Managers

There was a time when all it took to be a great password manager was to keep your passwords in an encrypted vault. Now the best password managers give you the option to sync or keep passwords local-only, change web passwords with a click, and log in to sites for you automatically. This week, we’re looking at five of the best options.

Disable Email Search In Spotlight To Avoid Message Tracking

A glitch in OS X Yosemite’s Spotlight search can expose private details if you’re an Apple Mail user. The glitch exposes your IP address and other system details to spammers and other online tracking companies.

Google Safety Tips Offers A Primer In Online Security

Google has previously offered tips on how to use its services, and it now provides online security tips. This is useful if you want to check out your own account or teach someone else the basics.

Build A Wi-Fi Webcam From An Old Android Phone

If you have an old Android phone lying around, there are lots of projects to put it to good use. This one is relatively easy and can bring you a little peace of mind: Turn it into a Wi-Fi web or home security camera.

What's Really Wrong With Facebook

Facebook is changing its privacy policies at the beginning of the new year. As usual, everyone is wondering if they should be worried about it.. When it comes to Facebook, the answer is usually yes — but not for the reasons most people think.

Skype Security Flaw May Allow Intruders To Listen Through Your Device

If you’re a regular Skype user, it might be a smart idea to sign out when you’re not using it. A newly-uncovered security flaw may make it possible for users to call in to a device without getting approval first.