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Antivirus

Ikarus Security App Could Leave Your Android Vulnerable

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Android, as the world’s most popular mobile operating system, gets more than its fair share of malware. AV-Test has ranked the most popular Android security
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Apple iPhones Attacked by Fake Porn App Malware

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UPDATED 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. ET Monday with additional information from Apple. Until now, you had to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad (or sync
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Four Antivirus Programs Get Perfect Scores on Windows 10

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The time has come once again for AV-TEST to reveal which Windows antivirus programs will keep your computer safe, and which will just take up
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Hey, Stupid! How Not to Get Hacked

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From Sony to the U.S. Senate, Target to Home Depot, dozens of organizations have been attacked, with intruders making off with the personal or financial
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How Secure Is Windows Hello?

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Microsoft today (Oct. 6) unveiled several new devices, including two high-end Lumia smartphones, a new Surface Pro tablet and the first Microsoft-branded laptop, the Surface
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Linux Antivirus Software Tested, Many Products Fail

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There’s an old saying that to err is human, but to really screw up, you need a computer. Linux users might find this sentiment more
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MacKeeper Exposes 13 Million Users: What You Need To Do

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The MacKeeper system maintenance utility suite for OS X, known for advertising with pop-under windows that scare users into installing it, may have given its
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Four Android AV Suites Offer Perfect Protection (Again)

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The last time AV-TEST evaluated Android antivirus software, every single program tested earned at least a tentative recommendation, while four programs walked away with perfect
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Comcast Attack Combines Ransomware, Tech-Support Scam

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A new malware campaign stalked Comcast cable broadband customers with a one-two punch of ransomware and a tech-support scam, and required only that victims visit
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What?! Antivirus Software Could Make PCs More Vulnerable

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SAN FRANCISCO — Many well-known antivirus products have serious flaws that undermine Windows security and render PCs more vulnerable to attack than they would otherwise