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Function introduction: Device security testing on CACHATTO Desktop V3.0.2

The device security testing feature was added with the CACHATTO Desktop V3.0.2 release on 24 May 2018.

After logging into CACHATTO Desktop, this feature carries out the following security checks on the PC: 82 more words

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Scam of the day - April 13, 2018 - New Report Shows Ransomware Attacks Increasing

Ransomware is the name for malware that once installed on a computer, often unwittingly through clicking on links in spear phishing emails, encrypts and locks all of the victim’s data.  388 more words

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business Comes up with High-tech Cybersecurity Risks Management

The contemporary method of hacking or cybercrime involves almost everything from phishing and spamming created on in-trend topics to cyber attacks depending entirely on engineering to certain software or applications used as cyber-tools. 447 more words

Antivirus

BetaNews: Less than half of Android security apps offer effective protection

BetaNews: Less than half of Android security apps offer effective protection. “A new study from independent testing lab AV-Comparatives reveals that of over 200 Android security apps tested the majority are dubious, unsafe or ineffective. 43 more words

Security & Legal Issues

2 Things Most Online Millionaires Have In Common Are...

Did You Know That The Top Online Millionaires Are Selling Software Products Online?

It’s no secret that the people making the most money online have these 2 things… 317 more words

Root Security Flaw Allows Anyone To Become Root In Mac OS High Sierra

I can confirm the new root security flaw would affect the Apple’s MacBook Pro 2016 model because I’m using one at the moment.  I can also confirm this same flaw would also work on my older MacBook Pro (Mid 2010 model).  682 more words

Apple

Why You Should Pay Attention to Cybersecurity

Smaller businesses have become targets for cybercriminals because criminals know they have fewer defense resources than large enterprises. If cybercriminals can breach a small business and steal credentials (e.g., for banking accounts or email access), they can use that information to steal money directly, create attacks on its customers and work their way around the business ecosystem in other nefarious ways. 68 more words

Internet Security