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Cybercrime Goes Offline: The Role of Bitcoins In Ransom and Extortion

5 hours ago
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Smartphone Viruses Are Real: How To Stay Protected

1 week ago
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What You Really Need To Know About Smartphone Security

16th June, 2014
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The Truth About Popcorn Time, And How To Torrent Safely

4th June, 2014
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Smart TVs Are A Growing Security Risk: How Do You Deal With This?

24th May, 2014
Wallet

What To Do If You’re A Victim Of Online Credit Card Fraud

30th April, 2014
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Don’t Fall Foul of the Scammers: A Guide To Ransomware & Other Threats

1st April, 2014
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How To Spot, And Avoid, Ads Disguised As Download Buttons

26th March, 2014
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NSA Malware Plan, Google Lawsuit, Angry Birds Epic, Learn Linux [Tech News Digest]

13th March, 2014
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5 Security Software Myths That Can Prove Dangerous

3rd March, 2014
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Google Glass Movies, Android Malware, LogMeIn Logs Out [Tech News Digest]

22nd January, 2014
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Wii U Fails, Google Chrome Fails, COS Fails, Windows 8 Fails [Tech News Digest]

20th January, 2014
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Thousands Of Yahoo.com Visitors May Be Infected With Malware

6th January, 2014
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God of the Air Gaps: How Malware Can Be Spread By Microphone

20th December, 2013
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CryptoLocker Is The Nastiest Malware Ever & Here’s What You Can Do

29th October, 2013

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CryptoLocker Is The Nastiest Malware Ever & Here’s What You Can Do

October 29, 2013

CryptoLocker is a type of malicious software that renders your computer entirely unusable by encrypting all of your files. It then demands monetary payment before access to your computer is returned.

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How To Spot, And Avoid, Ads Disguised As Download Buttons

March 26, 2014

You think you’ve found the program you’re looking for, so you click the big, green “Download” button. You end up with something completely unrelated. You’ve fallen victim to one of the most annoying things on the web: ads that look like download buttons. Why do these exist, and how can you avoid them? Here’s a […]

smartphonesecurity

What You Really Need To Know About Smartphone Security

June 16, 2014

Your smartphone is a computer in your pocket, and it often contains just as much private data. All of your emails, location history, web history and app usage are likely accessible through the device on your pocket. This makes it well worth protecting, but the threats you should worry about extend beyond. Viruses Exist Since […]

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Smartphone Viruses Are Real: How To Stay Protected

July 14, 2014

The last thing you want is a latent Trojan that sits in the background and steals all of your sensitive data. Think you’re safe from a smartphone infection? I wouldn’t be too sure. Viruses are most prevalent on PC platforms, yes, but these past few years have proven that smartphone viruses are real. Are you […]

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