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New Google App May Help Thwart Malware On Android Devices

As good as Google is about reviewing the apps that find their way into the halls of the Google Play Store, malicious code still manages to find its way inside. […]

MP3 To Lose License – What Does That Mean For Music?

If you’re a music fan, you’ve probably got several hundred (or more) MP3 files on your computer. It burst onto the scene while the internet was still in its formative […]

HP Keylogger Malware Gets Patch Fix

Sometimes, legitimate companies accidentally create malware. That’s certainly the case in this latest example. It was an innocent mistake, but some debugging code was inadvertently left in the code of […]

Google Fights Back Against Hackers Targeting User Data In Apps

The Empire is officially striking back, and hacking is about to get at least a little bit harder. Recently, there have been several high-profile attacks that relied on Google’s user […]

Even Disney Can Get Hit By Ransomware

It’s been a bad week for the corporate world. Things started off with a bang thanks to the “WannaCry” ransomware attack that targeted more than 200,000 company locations in more […]

E-Signature Company DocuSign Gets Hacked

DocuSign, the world’s leader in electronic signatures for official documents, played an unwitting role in a particularly nasty phishing attack. If you’re not familiar with the company, DocuSign is used […]

What Is Google’s Plan For Google Docs Scam Aftermath?

Phishing attacks are a fact of life on the internet these days, but recently, a Google Doc was used in a wide-spread, wildly successful attack that security researchers are calling […]

Chrome Will Soon Tell Users When Sites Aren’t Using HTTPS

Google is throwing its weight around on behalf of the netizins of the world. Beginning this October, Chrome users will start seeing “Not Secure” warning messages any time they use […]

Malware Group Focused On Windows Could Potentially Target Mac Machines

Unless you are intimately familiar with digital security, odds are good that you’ve never heard of Snake, Uroburos or Turla. These are three different aliases used by a single group […]

Don’t Fall For New Nintendo Emulator Scam

Nintendo recently released the Nintendo Switch, a new console system. On its heels, we’re seeing a new scam that’s tricking large numbers of PC users (both Apple and Windows-based) into […]

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