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Top 5 Free Antivirus For Windows

If you have a Windows computer, you need anti-virus software. There always will be those who will insist that every virus attack is caused due to “user error” or because the person using the computer wasn’t careful enough. 485 more words

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[Chia se key] Sharing key Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium

1. Download the software

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Talk Tech 101, Beginners to Advanced Users (Ransomware Edition)

Ransomware Edition

    Welcome!  I currently work for an IT Consulting Company and decided to start writing this blog in attempts to familiarize people with the technology they use and trust so much yet in a lot of ways, don’t really understand the technology they’re using. 1,013 more words


TrojanDownloader:Win32/Upatre not detected by 22 of 57 Anti-Malware Programs after 2 days

20 June 2015

In the past days I got lots of emails with suspicious attachments. I carefully analyzed most of them on my test system (VMWare with Windows 8.1 64bit and Microsoft Defender) and identified most of them as good old friends, sent by cyber criminals to steal personal information. 641 more words


Two Strikes: Endpoint Anti-Malware Doesn’t See All the Pitches

With the NBA Finals completed (congratulations to the near-Silicon-Valley Warriors) sports attention here in the United States turns firmly to baseball. At the risk of stating the obvious, baseball literally begins with the pitch. 1,085 more words


HTTPS encryption for all federal websites requires new endpoint protection concepts

13 June 2015

Starting in 2017, all federal websites that are publicly accessible in the US should have HTTPS encryption as the standard secure communication protocol. 250 more words