AV-Comparatives test reveals that Avast Free Antivirus detects zero false positives

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The results of the July 2016 Whole Product Dynamic Real-World Protection Test from AV-Comparatives are in, and we’re excited to spread the word.

In describing its Real-World Protection Test, AV-Comparatives states the following on its website:

“Our Real-World Protection Test is currently the most comprehensive and complex test available, using a large number of test cases. This year, we are running this test under Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit SP1 with up-to-date third-party software (such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Java, etc.).“

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Many of us use the same laptop for multiple purposes. If you’re like me, you watch Netflix movies, answer business emails, and do personal banking on the same machine. It’s no surprise that it eventually gets sluggish with junk – everything from the leftover files of uninstalled programs to accumulated browser cache or unwanted toolbars.

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Mr. Robot Review: eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes

This week’s episode of Mr. Robot had an usual start, more unusual than usual. The episode begins with Elliot, Darlene and their parents in a 90s style sitcom. ALF makes an appearance, yes you read correctly, ALF, and he even runs over and kills Gideon! Gideon is, of course, not Gideon in this 90s episode, instead he is a cop who is looking for a family that has a person locked up in their trunk. Elliot’s family is the family that has someone locked up in their trunk — Tyrell! Vulture wrote a nice article explaining how this scene came to be and how this was Mr. Robot’s way of distracting Elliot from all of the pain he is in in real life.

Avast Employee Fund helps employees support non-profits

 Avast Foundation

The Avast Foundation is an integral part of Avast and exists thanks to the hard work and dedication of the company’s 600 employees. Many Avastians volunteer in various non-pro­fit organizations and are interested in playing a part in making both their local communities and the world a better place.

The Avast Employee Fund gives Avast employees the opportunity to help and recommend support for any of the publicly benefi­cial organizations for which they volunteer or support. Upon the selection of an employee‘s proposal, The Avast Foundation gives them the opportunity to help decide how the allotted funding from the Foundation will be put to use.