Tag: malware

October 2, 2018 / by / Security tips / No Comments

Top 8 Risks of using Public WiFi

Public Wifi can be said to be a convenient and effortless way to surf anywhere on someone else’s expense. Public WiFi is available nearly everywhere you go: coffee shops, airports, hotels, schools and even out on the streets. No one can deny how convenient it is, but should you really be using it? Public WiFi, […]

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September 13, 2018 / by / Coupons / No Comments

PROMO form GridinSoft! September 13 is an International Programmers’ Day:)

What? Is today our day? We’ve almost forgotten about it! (just kidding) September 13 is an International Programmers’ Day:) For all programmers and non-programmers, we want to give a really nice present – 50% discount for GridinSoft Anti-Malware. Our programmers, QAs, designers and whole other teams work hard every day for your safety. Enjoy it! […]

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July 31, 2018 / by / Tech News / No Comments

This new cryptomining malware targets business PCs and servers

Check this article to secure your business. Forewarned is forearmed. Cryptojacking malware: Research shows crooks are making big money A new form of cryptocurrency-mining malware is targeting corporate networks across the world, employing a combination of PowerShell and EternalBlue to stealthily spread. Source: This new cryptomining malware targets business PCs and servers Polina LisovskayaPolina works […]

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June 11, 2018 / by / Security tips / No Comments

Why Free Browser Extensions Can Be Dangerous

On a daily basis we make use of different browsers to surf the internet using our PCs and these browsers develop adds up new features especially extensions from third-party developers and these might cause a threat to our online activities I,e privacy and security. In this article, we would discuss what could be wrong with […]

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