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Private Browsing & Online Privacy | Avast Essential Guide

Besides opening the door to ransomware, Trojans, and phishing attacks, browsers also give out some of your most private details: credit card info, passwords, websites you have accessed, personal interests, searches, and habits. We’ll talk more about how to fix that, but the first thing you should consider is getting a private browser, even if that means ditching your current one.

The essential guide to ransomware and how to protect yourself

Cybersecurity is a major concern in today’s world, both at the corporate and personal levels. Our computers, our handheld devices, and our smart home and IoT products are vulnerable to a variety of attacks. In 2017 alone, Avast blocked 35 billion security attacks against PCs and 208 million against Android mobile devices. What was one of the biggest security threats? Ransomware.

JASBUG : Una nueva vulnerabilidad de Windows que requiere atención inmediata de los administradores de sistemas.

Para mitigarla se deben reconfigurar los equipos y aplicar un parche adicionalRead More

Windows ????????????? Sandworm ????????

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限定的な標的型のサイバースパイ攻撃で、標的のコンピュータにバックドアを送り込むために Windows の新しい深刻なゼロデイ脆弱性が悪用されていると報告されています。

Sandworm Windows zero-day vulnerability being actively exploited in targeted attacks

Critical new Windows zero-day has reportedly been used in a limited number of targeted cyberespionage attacks to deliver a back door on to the victim’s computer.

Vulnerabilidade de dia-zero Sandworm, do Windows, é ativamente explorada em ataques dirigidos

Uma nova vulnerabilidade crítica no sistema operacional Windows está sendo explorada em um número limitado de ataques contra alvos nos EUA e na Europa. A vulnerabilidade Microsoft Windows OLE Package Manager Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2014-4114) permite que os atacantes incorporem arquivos Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) a partir de locais externos. A vulnerabilidade pode ser explorada para baixar e instalar malware no computador do alvo e parece ter sido usada por um grupo de ciberespionagem conhecido como Sandworm para entregar o Backdoor.Lancafdo.A (também conhecido como Black Energy) a organizações-alvo.