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FIFA World Cup malware threats – Don’t ‘Risk Everything’!

 June 17, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

With the FIFA World Cup well and truly underway now, hackers and spam artists are having a field day too. While we enjoy the samba action and watch an exciting sequence of matches unfold, these malicious parties are busy cooking up ways to catch unsuspecting users off-guard with innovative World...

Google generously refunds victims and funds open source initiatives – More IT news

 April 26, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Here is a quick roundup of the latest IT security news updates from the week gone by. It’s been a slow week with the world still reeling from the aftereffects of Heartbleed, but there are plenty of news worthy stories that our security conscious readers should be aware about. Google...

Security News – Heartbleed Exposes Millions of Online Passwords

 April 12, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

There has been a severe password outage this week thanks to the already famous ‘Heartbleed’ breakdown. Millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive data have been revealed so it is strongly advised that you change all your passwords immediately. Other security news updates pale in comparison to this...

Tips to Identify Fake Antivirus

 April 11, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

“Antivirus here and there, which one to trust…” Okay that might be a bad phrase, but you get the point right. Fake antivirus software are in line with some of the major threats prevalent on the Internet today.  Many people have ended up paying money for such software which are...

Fake Android Antivirus Alert!

 February 10, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Apparently, a new malicious application is on the loose that poses as an antivirus software for Android devices. In this post, we give you a quick brief about what this malware is all about. Quick Heal has detected this Android malware as Android.Agent.BU. Before installation, the application asks the user...