Malware

The Best Free Antivirus Software for Windows 7

May 27, 2018
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Over 8 years have gone after Windows 7 was introduced it’s as yet the most mainstream Windows out there. In any case, the sudden rise of the substantial scale ransomware disease demonstrated to us some unquestionable security escape clauses in Microsoft’s fan top choice. Fundamentally, a lot of clients set aside the way that the […]

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How to Easily Optimize your Computer Performance

September 21, 2017
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How many times have you sat in front of your computer, wishing that it would load web pages faster? Or wondered exactly why it takes so long to boot up when you turn on the power? There could be several reasons why your home or work computer is running more slowly than you would like […]

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A Look at the Current Malware Preying on Surfers and How to Prepare

July 5, 2016
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There was a time when average computer users were mostly concerned with sociopathic cyber threats that would erase data and cripple the operating system. Early computer viruses were mostly intended for cyber vandalism; however, the world of malicious software (malware) would eventually evolve into invasion of privacy, data theft, fraud, blackmail, and even extortion. According […]

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Think About Malware and Its Prevention Methods

May 17, 2016
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The malware is a contracted term importance of ‘vindictive programming’. Any project that is hurtful for the PC can be termed as malware. It might incorporate worms, spyware, Trojan stallions and infections. Contingent upon the genuine expectation of the maker, the project is thought to be a malware rather than its real elements. Criminal Venture: […]

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Is There a RAT in Your Mac? How to Identify and Fix the Problem!

July 3, 2014
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“I always feel like somebody’s watching me.” Those might be the lyrics to a hit 1980’s pop song, but if you own a Mac, they might hit just a little closer to home than you would like. If your specific type of virus infects your computer, there’s a chance that someone could be watching you […]

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Mobile Malware – Are Cyber Criminals Infecting Your Smartphones?

August 21, 2013
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Mobile is becoming an increasingly vital part of our daily lives, a reality marked by the fact that more than half of American cell phone carriers now offer smartphone options. The penetration of tablets among us is growing exceptionally rapidly, as well. Such popularity attracts the opportunistic cybercriminals out to capitalize on potential weaknesses in […]

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The best browser against Malware, is…

May 21, 2013
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… Microsoft Internet Explorer! That’s what NSS Labs claims. In a test, they fired malware against five popular browsers to see which browser holds up the most. The five browsers in the test were: Internet Explorer 10, Google Chrome 25/26, Apple Safari 5, Mozilla Firefox 19 and Opera 12. In the test, Internet Explorer managed […]

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Android users, watch out for malware!!

January 28, 2013
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1 million pieces of malware. That is how much malware Trend Micro expects to see for the Android platform this year. The amount of malware has, according to Trend Micro, increased more in 3 years for Android, than malware did for PC’s in 14 years. Last year, Trend Micro predicted that the amount of malware […]

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Two Innovative Ways Which Will Hack Your PC

August 28, 2012
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More than 80 million people in America use E-mails to connect with a lot of people across the globe and another 100 million surf the web to find different information and interact with the web. Although the number of online user is so high, only a few are able to protect their computer from major […]

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Bouncer for Google… timid echoes of the Bugle

July 18, 2012
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There is always a time in a security application’s life when the bouncer becomes the bounced. Yes, we are referring to the Google Bouncer, the initially appreciated Android app store gatekeeper, which seems to have hit its puberty a bit too hard. According to Google, the percentage of Android users who were infected by malware […]

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Android malware-apps: Doubled in just a month

July 12, 2012
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The amount of malware aimed toward Android devices continue to increase. Hundreds of thousands of Android devices are already infected with Malware from the official Android app store, known as “Google Play”, according to a study by Trend Micro (who happens to a maker of antivirus software, obviously…) Also according to “The H Security”, the […]

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5 popular places to get malware infection

June 27, 2012
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Getting infected by malware is not difficult today. There are tons of places where malware are hosted and easily infect a machine if you are not careful. Sometimes, your computer’s life can still be save with a little help of antivirus and firewall but not always you are so lucky because not all antivirus block […]

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Is Your Computer Slowing Down?

April 16, 2012
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With day-to-day use, your desktop computer suffers though normal wear and tear that may eventually hinder it from functioning properly. Not to worry – most causes of performance problems can be avoided. Take note of the following 5 things that slow your PC down. An overfilled hard drive Generally, the more full the hard drive […]

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Trend Micro vs Kaspersky – Which One Is Better?

February 13, 2012
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Choosing between two leading antivirus software can be difficult as the market is highly competitive. Kaspersky and Trend Micro have been the leaders in fighting against cyber criminals. If your computer runs on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X, then go for Kaspersky because it is mainly designed for it. Business customers can go for […]

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4 Reasons to Use Commercial Antivirus over Free Antivirus

November 15, 2011
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Antivirus vendors today faced a very tight competition when there are more than 20 well-known vendors out there competing with each other. Each of them produced a very quality product where at times, it gives the consumer a big headache when it comes to selection. Situation got worse when most of the antivirus vendors start […]

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Why Cloud Computing Is Safer Than Anything Else: Welcome Windows 8

October 6, 2011
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Windows 8 is a huge change in the way we will use our computers compared to the past. We were introduced to personal computing by Windows many years ago. The idea was that we would use our computer and application, and we would save our information on our computers. The internet meant we could now […]

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Choosing the right antivirus software for your PC

September 12, 2011
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Internet has revolutionized the world and so our life style. We cannot deny its countless blessings, which has made our life easy and convenient with floods of information and services at just one click. But with the expansion and progress in this area, our computers are more expose to the evil of viruses, which are […]

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The Importance of Security Software for Computers

July 13, 2011
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Security is an important issue with computers these days because of the overabundance of virus and malwares that threatens not only the operating system, but also your files.  Viruses and malwares are practically being released on a daily basis that you would want an excellent antivirus program to protect your computer.  However, choosing an antivirus […]

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Kaspersky compares Android security with Windows

May 25, 2011
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Increasing security threats and issues on the mobile operating system, Android, has Kaspersky comparing Android with Windows in their recent “IT Threat Evolution for Q1-2011“: Overall, the situation with the Android OS is becoming similar to the current situation with Windows: There is a plethora of Android devices with outdated software which includes various unpatched […]

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5 Tips For Making Your Computer Start Up Faster

September 16, 2010
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When it comes to owning a computer, the odds of something acting up down the line is highly possible. Perhaps a video will not play properly, or maybe the screen frequently freezes. Yet another issue is a computer that does not boot up as fast as the owner would like. Thankfully, there are things that […]

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Chinese Hackers Obtained Google’s Password System

April 21, 2010
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According to New York Times, the Chinese Hackers you might have read about, is said to have obtained access to one of the more important parts of Google – their password system which controls access for million of users, to all Google’s services, including Gmail and Google Apps. The system is called “Gaia” and has […]

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Are Computer Viruses Spread By The Media?

November 12, 2009
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If you believe what you hear in the media, there are an awful lot of viruses going around. No, I’m not talking about the make-you-sick kind of virus, though they get plenty of airtime too, especially the swine flu. I’m talking about the kind of virus that enters via your Internet connection rather than your […]

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Top 10 Most Dangerous Celebrities Online – Jessica Biel In The Lead

August 25, 2009
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You’re tech savvy enough to steer clear from hidden viruses and malware inside screensavers, ringtones etc. related to certain celebrities, right? Never the less, if you know somebody that’s not, make sure you send them the link to this post (or use any of the ‘social media’ icons at the bottom) – thank you! The […]

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