Social networking brings us together with people we'd love to stay in contact with, and keeps the communication going. But what happens when it seems your friends are cloned, and why do people pretend to be your friends? Who are the fake friends, and what's their purpose?
When you own a computer, you know you need security, and the same may even be true of owning smartphones, too.
There used to be an idea that Macs were totally safe from the computer virus, but that is no longer the case.
Security companies can no longer merely offer software to keep you safe, and so are turning to hardware to do this job.
You see it in the streets, on the bus, and everywhere you go, and even if you're not into the augmented reality game that is Pokemon Go, chances are you know someone who is. It didn't take long for scams to pop up around the app phenomenon.
One of the biggest computer myths of our time is that Macs don't get viruses and they're completely secure, and while we all know that's a proverbial load, here's one more reason why it's not true.