Advanced evasion techniques are the latest type of cyber attacks. These techniques are so deadly because they manipulate low level IP parameters, making detection difficult. Learn more about advanced evasion techniques from Network Computing.
That 40% you save on softwareCould Cost You
Everyone loves a bargain. But that too-good-to-be-true price on the latest software could end up costing you time, money and business.
Using pirated softwareputs your data and privacy at risk
Pirated software often includes malicious code that swipes your financial and personal data, and can even activate your webcam.
33% of software is counterfeitand the malware market is $114 billion
A malware investigation conducted by IDC and commissioned by Microsoft alleges 33% of software is counterfeit and sizes the malware market at $114 billion.
Five links to never click: unfamiliar mobile apps; remote access; porn; authority scams; and drug scams. Read more about each type of scam, and how to keep yourself and your data safe from ABC News.
Randsomware continues to be a worldwide problem. Experts caution users to protect themselves by using antivirus software and keeping all software up-to-date. Read more about recent randsomware attacks from Desert News.
Malware kit “Blackhole” creator Paunch has been arrested by Russian police. Blackhole is software that hackers install on web serves. After installed, Blackhole automatically infects any computer or device that visits this bad site. Read more about Blackhole and Paunch’s arrest from Reuters.
Encrypt everything, keep malware at bay, and leave the hard drive at home while traveling are three tips to keep your mobile device secure. Read more about these tips from PC World.