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Every day is a special day, and what’s special about today is that it’s Safer Internet Day. This year it has a theme: “’Be the
The makers of Norton 360 do a little more than just make security software, and it even has a vision for a totally secure world wide web, with the company taking one step towards it… though there is a catch.
Ransomware is one of the more frustrating security problems at the moment, locking your files down if you have the grace to cross one and open a link, but security group Trend Micro has a fix ready.
It’s already bad enough that we get called by people pretending to be Microsoft, but now you’re going to have to be on alert from fake Aussie organisations, but there are some tips you can consider.
We’re never going to be able to plug up every hole in every bit of software, but Apple’s solution to a new set of flaws Trend Micro has discovered is pretty simple: withdraw the app altogether.
It’s already bad that your identity is worth something to scammers, but now stolen credit cards are becoming a big thing for criminals, too.
April Fools day aside, security issues are no laughing matter, and now that ransomware is proving to be more of a pest than expected, one security company has rocked up with a free for all fix in case you need it.
Malware is on the rise and Android is the target. Do you know what to look for?
It isn’t easy being an Android owner down here in Australia, or even in New Zealand, as customers of the major banks become threatened by a nasty piece of malware.
This week, there’s more proof that every users of Mac OS need to be as vigilant as Windows users when it comes to locking down their computers.
It might seem low or fairly callous to use health information to spread scams, but that’s exactly what is happening.
Forget worrying if you own a smartphone or a computer, because if you have a Netflix account, you’re about to be targeted by online scammers.
February 9 means different things to different people. For the people of New Orleans this year, its Mardi Gras, but to web citizens in 2016, it’s Safer Internet Day, so how can you participate?