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'Ridiculous' antivirus flaw made Windows PCs vulnerable to attack

Popular antivirus software put Windows PCs at risk of being hacked. #WiredUK #AntiVirus

Do Android Antivirus Apps Actually Do Anything?

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A third of online shoppers put themselves at risk of fraud chasing bargains

Black Friday 2016: Third of online shoppers put themselves at risk of fraud chasing bargains, research finds | The Independent

Do Android Antivirus Apps Actually Do Anything?

Do Android Antivirus Apps Actually Do Anything?

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Five of Russia's largest banks targeted in massive cyber attack

Massive cyber attack on Russian banks | Metro News

DDOS ATTACK Cutting off some business from the internet can lead to significant loss of business or money. The internet and computer networks power a lot of companies. Some organizations such as payment gateways, e-commerce sites entirely depend on the internet to do business. Denials of Service attacks are used to deny legitimate users access …

★How To Hide Drives in Windows?★ Hiding a partition or volume from my computer or explorer is preventing that partition from displaying, but it doesn’t mean erasing any data or deleting the volume. Simple Command Prompt tricks and hacks may come in handy at any time. In this article, you will learn to “Hide any drive in …

World's governments had relationships with major hacking groups, hacked documents claim

WhatsApp beats Telegram to be crowned the most secure messaging app

Facebook and WhatsApp beats Telegram in security stakes | WIRED UK

Facebook Makes It Free And Easy To Kill Latest Mac And iPhone Zero-Days

Apple hasn't offered patches for various vulnerabilities that have left its Macs and iPhones open to "devastating" attacks, but Facebook has stepped in to offer free and open source detection for any attacks targeting the flaws. It's part of the social network's altruistic 'osquery' project.