As we reported recently, Facebook wants to know how trustworthy its users find it, but it's not sharing the results. So we ran our own poll of how many people trust Facebook and hereby present the results. (NB: We categorically define "people" as meaning "our readers".)
About a month ago I asked Naked Security readers: Which web browser do you trust? Your answer was emphatic: it's Firefox, and it accrued almost twice the number of votes of its nearest rival, Google Chrome.
We no longer choose our web browsers based on bells and whistles. These days its all about privacy and security and we'd like to know which browser (and which vendor) you trust to be your companion on the web.
Take part in our light hearted poll of things you should avoid saying to sysadmins on any day of the year, not just System Administrator Appreciation Day.
A few weeks ago, we asked you, our readers, a little bit more about you. Here are the results of that anonymous poll.
The other day, someone asked me: so who exactly reads Naked Security? And how do you know you are giving them what they want?
The Apache Foundation has decided to ignore user tracking preferences when surfing with Internet Explorer 10 in its market dominating web server. Read on for the controversy and the opportunity to weigh in with your thoughts.
Spam isn't all about Viagra and fake degrees.. you may also be struggling to handle unwanted email from websites that you signed-up for years ago.
Are you taking steps to avoid giving your regular address to websites that might end up spamming you?
Last weekend, Chronic Dev tweeted about the latest jailbreak tool for Apple's iDevices. In just two days, nearly one million people used it.
With such clear minority interest in jailbreaking, what should Apple do next?
When testing the included unmanaged anti-virus in Windows 8 I ran across an odd quirk. It doesn't detect EICAR properly. I present my results and what to expect in this article.
Are LulzSec amusing you with their DDoS attacks, website hacks and exposure of personal information? Or are you just not getting the joke?
Take our poll now.
It appears that a sea change is occurring - with more and more Mac users realising the advantages of running anti-virus software to secure their computers.
Updated to include poll results. It's election day in the United Kingdom, and the nation is on tenterhooks to see who wins what looks like being the closest vote in decades. This morning Mrs Clu-Blog and I - accompanied by Read more…