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Avoid the Pileup

Jack Wallen introduces you to a must-have application to protect your Android devices from the new pileup flaw.

Those who can create malware, will create malware — no matter how sneaky they have to be to do so. 98 more words

Android

Avoid The Pileup

Jack Wallen introduces you to a must-have application to protect your Android devices from the new pileup flaw.

Those who can create malware, will create malware — no matter how sneaky they have to be to do so. 98 more words

Anti-malware

Nothing Lasts Forever

The time is rapidly approaching when Microsoft will permanently suspend all support for the Windows XP operating system.

Are we sad to see it go? Yes, in many cases, I’m sure that there will be a ground swell of angst and sadness that XP is going the way of the… 853 more words

Linux

OPSWAT Certification for Ad-Aware 11

In February, we received another great appraisal and recognition. This time, OPSWAT has awarded several of Lavasoft’s signature products an OPSWAT Certification.

Ad-Aware 11 products, Free Antivirus+, Personal Security and Pro Security have received the OPSWAT Certification in Gold and Silver. 164 more words

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Avast Antivirus Evaluation

A firewall’s gateway anti-virus answer supplies the initial layer of defense at the perimeter, stopping most assaults before they enter the community. But viruses can nonetheless enter the community through several entry points, which includes laptops, thumb drives or other unprotected programs. 471 more words

Book

RSA 2014: High Performance IPS (feat Blair)

Bob Blair, F5 Sr Product Management Engineer, explains to me how to build high performance IPS architecture through the integration of F5’s and Cisco Sourcefire… 78 more words

F5

RSA 2014: DDoS Protection (feat Bocchino)

F5 Sr. Systems Architect Ken Bocchino shows me a live demonstration of how F5’s protects the fundamental elements of an application (network, DNS, SSL and HTTP) against aggressively evolving DDoS attacks. 81 more words

F5