All our tips so far, in one easy-to-scan list. No pressure – there’s plenty of time until Christmas.
Fewer and fewer websites actually rely on Java, so the only people who really benefit from it being on in your browser are the crooks.
Can’t wait to see how your new-but-unpatched laptop performs online on Christmas morning? Nor can the crooks…
Will that last-minute gift get delivered in time? Don’t be tempted by emails that say they’re from a courier company that couldn’t deliver.
Watch out for booby-trapped ATMs! If crooks can copy your card and record your PIN when you withdraw money, they can raid your account.
Just one finger-slip, and you (or your children) could end up where you really don’t want to be…so type carefully this Christmas!
Here’s a humorous example to remind you why “Reply All” is probably not what you want, especially during party season.
Staying logged in means you never need to give your online posts a second thought. But sometimes a second thought is just what you need.
By default, anyone can look you up on Facebook via your email address or phone number. You can change your privacy settings to limit who’s able to search for you.
If you click a dodgy link in an email, it’ll take you somewhere dodgy – so your best and safest plan is not to click in the first place!