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Why You Should Replace Microsoft Security Essentials With A Proper Antivirus

2 weeks ago
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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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Find Out Where A Website’s Server Is Located With FlagFox and Flag for Chrome

13th July, 2013
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Don’t Pay Up – How To Beat Ransomware!

5th April, 2013
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The Seven Deadly Android Permissions: How To Avoid The Sin Of Slothful Preparedness

16th March, 2013
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The Latest Internet Security Threats That You Should Be Aware Of

31st January, 2013
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New Phishing Vulnerability Discovered In All Versions Of Android [Updates]

4th November, 2012
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5 Common Security Mistakes That Can Put Your Privacy & Money At Risk

5th October, 2012
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7 Important Email Security Tips You Should Know About

14th September, 2012
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“Find And Call” Trojan Discovered On iOS & Android [Updates]

7th July, 2012
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How To Protect Yourself Against Social Engineering Attacks

19th April, 2012
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What Is Social Engineering? [MakeUseOf Explains]

12th April, 2012
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45,000 Facebook Logins Stolen, Could Spread Malware [News]

8th January, 2012
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Surprisingly Accurate Phishing Scam Targets Apple Customers [News]

28th December, 2011

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Why You Should Replace Microsoft Security Essentials With A Proper Antivirus

April 11, 2014

Microsoft threw its hat in the anti-virus arena in 2009 with Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), a tool that runs on Windows XP, 7 and 8. The move received early praise, as it seemed strange that the company had gone so long without providing even the most basic anti-virus protection, and early tests showed MSE to […]

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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 […]

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Don’t Fall Foul of the Scammers: A Guide To Ransomware & Other Threats

April 1, 2014

There are people making millions from meddling with your computer. Every click and e-mail can bring you within reach of them. How do you protect yourself? By learning what techniques they use and what you can do about them. Here’s your guide to ransomware and the other threats that you might encounter. Ransomware Ransomware is […]

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Find Out Where A Website’s Server Is Located With FlagFox and Flag for Chrome

July 13, 2013

Surprisingly, some of the best browser extensions are the most simplest. This is the case with FlagFox and Flag for Chrome. Both extensions display the national flag of a website’s server location in the URL bar of their respective browser. This little flag can serve some interesting purposes, for example it can let you know which country a server is located in or help you identify a phishing website. Extensions are a key part of the browser experience. Let’s see which camp scores more points in this comparison!

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