security

Security tools you need in 2020

As the 21st century progresses, technology forges ahead. Technology is nowhere close to where it was a decade ago. We rely more on the internet to do business, giving hackers a field day when we are lax on security. To protect your data in there are myriad cybersecurity measures you can take against threats such as: Ransomware Ransomware is one of the most common cyber threats in existence today. Hackers target large and small companies as well as individuals, and … Read more

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How To Identify If Computer Has A Virus Infected?

Usually, the PC needs the best antivirus solution, and it is because at any time your computer can affect by a virus. Identifies the virus affected is simple today. Many ways are available to find the virus affected on the computer. Therefore it is essential to use the webroot activation on your system. This will protect your computer at any time from viruses, malware, bugs, and other issues. Every PC needs antivirus for protection from viruses, malware, and other natural malicious … Read more

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Type Of Malware To Avoid That Are Danger For Computer

If you buy a new computer or using the old computer system, it does not mean that you are safe from Malware threat. It is not the point how smart your computer is or you got the strong anti-virus to stop the variancetv Trojan while you have entered the streaming sites. These days more than 85% of the computer system is connected with the internet and due to the open world of the internet, the treats of losing the private … Read more

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Free Kaspersky Anti-Ransomware Tool now protects businesses from pornware and other cyberthreats

Kaspersky Lab released the next generation of its free Kaspersky Anti-Ransomware Tool for Business. The new version protects businesses from pornware, cryptocurrency miners, and adware, riskware — in addition to malware and ransomware detection. The protection now covers not only desktops but also servers running various Windows Server versions to ensure the comprehensive integrity of corporate data. While ransomware has been a real menace to businesses for the past few years, other threats may pose danger to organizations as well. … Read more

openSUSE Tumbleweed Snapshots Update, Nominations Now Open for 2019 Red Hat Women in Open Source Awards, OpenSSH 7.9 Released, Some VestaCP Servers Compromised by New Linux/ChachaDDOS Malware and Kraft 0.82 Now Available

Two new openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots provide KDE users with a newer version of Applications 18.08.2, and all Tumbleweed users can update kernel 4.18.13. Last week’s snapshots included newer versions of KDE’s Plasma 5.14 and Frameworks 5.50.0. For more info on the recent updates, visit opensuse.org. Nominations are open for 2019 Red Hat Women in Open Sourc… Linux Journal News

Hackers hide cryptocurrency mining malware in Adobe Flash updates

Cryptocurrency scammers have gotten extra creative and are now hiding mining malware in legitimate updates of Adobe Flash Player. Researchers from cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks discovered a fake Flash updater which has been doing the rounds since early August. While it claims to install a legitimate Flash update, the malicious file sneaks in a cryptocurrency mining bot called XMRig (which mines privacy coin Monero). The fact the scam actually installs a genuine Flash update serves to distract the use… … Read more

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Purism Launches the Librem Key, Mir 1.0 Released, Solus 3 ISO Refresh Now Available, New Malware as a Service Botnet Discovered and Sparky 5.5 Is Out

News briefs September 21, 2018. Purism yesterday launched Librem Key, the “first and only OpenPGP smart card providing a Heads-firmware-integrated tamper-evident boot process”. The Librem key is the size of an average thumb drive, allows you to keep your secret encryption keys in your pocket, and it alerts you if anyone tampers with your kernel or BIOS while you’re away from your laptop. The key wor… Linux Journal News