The same advice parents might deliver to young drivers on their first solo journey applies to everyone who wants to navigate safely online. A special agent in our Cyber Division offered the following: – “Don’t drive in bad neighborhoods.” – “If you don’t lock your car, it’s vulnerable; if you… Read more »
Security? Yes! All this fuss about WordPress website security. Having a WordPress site is great, blogging at it makes you feel like you own an Empire. But somehow, it never remains safe when intruders get in. When they try to dethrone you. No matter what happens, you got to do what… Read more »
A Russian hacker has been arrested in Prague by Czech police in cooperation with the FBI. The alleged hacker was supposedly involved in several cyberattacks on the U.S. and is specifically suspected of conducting the email leaks that took place at this year’s Democratic National Convention.
Do you have more than one Twitter or WhatsApp account? If you answered yes, do you want to log in to these multiple accounts at the same time? Up until this point, logging in to multiple social media accounts at one time has only been possible by usi…
Is Vladimir Putin almighty? Some say that he’s behind everything that moves the world. We steer clear of any conspiracy theories, but what we can say for sure is that President Putin recently made it to the world of Torrent.
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The only thing worse than annoying advertisements are malicious advertisements.
In Part 3 of our exploration of the state of cybersecurity — Part 1 examined the basics of business security, including the core functions (Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond and Recover), while Part 2 addressed the growing and evolving threat environment — we find that the size of your organization doesn’t matter when it comes to risks. The ugly truth is that all organizations are vulnerable, particularly small and medium businesses, which do not offer the financial potential of larger organizations, but also have neither the skills nor resources of wealthier targets.
Last week, security blogger Brian Krebs’ blog, KrebsOnSecurity.com, was taken offline with a massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. The sustained attack threw upwards of 620 gigabits per second of junk data at his site – more than enough to take down a site of that size.
Avast CEO Vince Steckler with Avast Threat Labs analysts
In July, we announced our plan to acquire AVG Technologies. Today, I am proud to announce the completion of the acquisition of a majority stake in AVG. So we will operate as a single company as …
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