Internet security top concern for Americans, says report

For Americans, potential cyber threats are increasing security concerns to their highest levels since the WikiLeaks incident, according to a recent report by Unisys.

The Federal Bureau of…Malware?

Hold it right there! FBI! is a phrase that children use while they play make-believe with their siblings or their friends on the playground at school. Who knows whether the creators of a new string of fraudulent e-mails posing as communication from the FBI are trying to live out a suppressed childhood fantasy, or these scammers have the Federal Bureau of Investigation on their minds because one of the organization's Ten Most Wanted fugitives was just killed.

Financial malware targets all types of businesses, says expert

For companies of all sizes, financial malware by cyber criminals is a dangerous threat.

Fox Network’s X Factor experiences data breach

Fox Network’s television show the X Factor has reportedly been attacked by hackers, compromising the information of thousands of the show’s contestants, according to a recent report by the Daily Star.

Antivirus Software for Small Businesses

For small businesses, time-efficiency and cost-effectiveness are make-it-or-break-it issues. Owners need office solutions that allow them to focus on growing the business rather than spending valuable resources on day-to-day office tasks. Therefore, it is important for small business owners to choose an Internet security system that is simple, strong, and offers the right about of protection â─⌠ including an antivirus software package.

Hacker group Anonymous denies involvement in Sony attack

Despite fingers being pointed at the infamous hacking group Anonymous for the recent attack against Sony’s PlayStation Network, the group is claiming it is not responsible.

Fight Social Engineering with Anti-Malware

Theyâ─≥re at it again â─⌠ creators of malware are using a big news story to target unsuspecting Internet users. This time, itâ─≥s the death of Osama bin Laden.

Internet Security Tip: How to Spot Malware Apps

According to a recent report, smartphone malware is the biggest Internet security threat of 2011. From the beginning of January to the end of March, there were several security breaches that put mobile malware at the top of the list of concerns.

Mac Users are the Latest Victims of bin Laden-Inspired Virus Attacks

It is widely known that Macs are less vulnerable to virus attacks than PCs. However, it appears as though cybercriminals didnâ─≥t want to leave Mac users out this time. As the world learned of Osama bin Ladenâ─≥s death over the weekend, creators of viruses got right to work creating malicious material related to the big news.

Internet Security's #1 Rule: Never Disclose Personal Information

Hackers and cybercriminals are always looking for ways to scam as many people as possible, so they often attack popular websites and trendy online resources. The most recent example of this is the phone scams that are being performed through Skype, a calling software program with more than 600 million users worldwide.

Anti Malware Products for Business and Personal Use

How important is protecting your business' data and computer systems? You need to keep internal data and those of your clients safe from harm, but basic solutions do not always provide enough protection and efficiency.

An Osama bin Laden virus is circulating, hits Facebook

As the news of Osama bin Laden’s death surfaced, internet security companies warned about the potential dangers from cyber criminals.

Protect Your Business with Antivirus Software

How important is protecting your business' data and computer systems? You need to keep internal data and those of your clients safe from harm, but basic solutions do not always provide enough protection and efficiency.

Mixing Antiviruses: Lethal Combination

In a world where viruses and malicious software attacks are a serious threat, technology experts are constantly urging Internet users to use antivirus programs to ward off potential attacks

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