Chrome Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser Now!

Today, Google Chrome developers released a patch that fixes two browser vulnerabilities that allow cybercriminals to attack users around the world. Attention readers, if you are using Chrome on your Windows, Mac, and Linux computers, you need to update your web browsing software immediately to the latest version Google released earlier today. Source: New Chrome […]

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How To Uninstall Gridinsoft Anti-Malware

Although Gridinsoft Anti-Malware can protect your computer from malware such as backdors, warms and numerous spyware, you may have an intention to remove it completely from your PC in case you are no longer using it or if you prefer another security tool. Removing Gridinsoft Anti-Malware tool frees up space on your hard disk as […]

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Researcher Hijacks a Microsoft Service Using Loophole in Azure Cloud Platform

When you create an app on Azure and wants to make it available on the Internet with a custom domain name, the platform asks users to point their domain’s nameserver to Azure and then claim it within their account’s dashboard. A cybersecurity professional today demonstrated a long-known unpatched weakness in Microsoft’s Azure cloud service by […]

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IT Security Vulnerability Roundup – March 2019

The Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) provides a way to capture the principal characteristics of a vulnerability and produce a numerical score reflecting its severity. Last month’s vulnerability roundup is here.   Most Recent Threats Articles Every month, a wide range of security vulnerabilities are uncovered and disclosed — below, we take a closer look at […]

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Mardi Gras Promo

Mardi Gras, which is the same day as Shrove Tuesday, is a day for eating pancakes just like in numerous other countries. The English translation of Mardi Gras is more significant: Fat Tuesday. Get Discount code to receive 20% OFF for Gridinsoft Anti-Malware here GridinSoftGridinSoft Journalist. We write about cybersecurity and privacy, striving to provide readers […]

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New Times, New Threats: Adware.Amonetize investigation

Lately, our Team faced with complaints about Adware.amonetize virus. It hits most of the countries of Europe, the biggest quantity of infections is in China, Azerbaijan, Iran, Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia. It doesn’t matter Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or other browsers do you use: you will see ads anyway. We investigated […]

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Once more about data breaches

One of the biggest breaches of databases happened recently – personal information on nearly 50 thousand users was stolen and replaced by random files with instructions on how to get the data back. Even those, users who paid never got their information back. Why? Because it is not beneficial to other hackers – if you […]

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Gridinsoft in 2016

Looking forward to improving our results in 2017! GridinSoftGridinSoft Journalist. We write about cybersecurity and privacy, striving to provide readers the latest news of this field and useful tips to keep their data safe in this joyful, but dangerous modern world of the web.

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How to use Wi-Fi for free and keep your data private

Where do you plan to spend the most of your time this winter holidays? Malls, restaurants, cinema, ice rink… all these places have something in common. Free Wi-Fi – we love to use this suitable option to connect to the web wherever we are. By the way, only a few people realize what danger such […]

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Online gift hunting: the tactic of secure shopping

Winter holidays are coming! This beautiful and fairy season is made for pretty home decoration, tasty food and a lot of gifts for everyone. No one should be forgotten, so you are preparing to be a good Santa for your family, friends, and colleagues and start to surf the internet to find something suitable for […]

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What will 2017 bring to windows laptops: agility and endurance

Qualcomm Technologies claimed about the collaboration with Microsoft Corp. to enable Windows 10 on mobile computing devices powered by next-generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors. In other words, Windows 10 PCs will be compatible Snapdragon 835 processor – the same one that power tablets and high-end phones. It seems like Microsoft will reduce the gap between computers […]

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