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Views expressed in this cybersecurity, cybercrime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 09 March 2023, 1344 UTC.  Content provided by "PCMag:  Tips, Tricks & How-To."

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TODAY'S FEATURED STORY
Take These 5 Steps to Stop Apps From Collecting Your Data Now

Stop letting companies collect your data. Use these tips to keep your personal information safe.

 
THIS WEEK'S TOP TIPS
Multi-Factor Authentication: Who Has It and How to Set It Up

Don't let scammers get their hands on your sensitive information. Here's how to secure your online accounts with multi-factor authentication (MFA), aka two-factor authentication (2FA).

How to Run Diagnostics on Your iPhone or Android Phone

Whether you're curious about a device you purchased or want to see how well a phone runs before you sell it, here are the best diagnostic tools for iOS and Android.

Out of Storage? How to Free Up Space on Your Apple Watch

If you're running out of room on your Apple Watch, get rid of apps and content you no longer need. Here's how to free up space from the Watch app and the device.

How to Enable Internet Explorer Mode in Windows 11

Need Internet Explorer for an old web app? IE is now officially gone, but you can still run legacy sites thanks to IE mode in Microsoft Edge.

 
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