Archive for April 2018

Fileless malware attacks, also known as non-malware attacks, allow cybercriminals to skip steps that are needed to deploy malware-based attacks, such as creating payloads with malware to drop onto users’ systems. Instead, attackers use trusted programs native to the operating system and native operating system tools like PowerShell and WMI to exploit in-memory access, as…

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Getting an alert to restart your computer because it just finished its automatic update for the operating system or computer software always seems to happen at the most inopportune times. More often than not, and unfortunately, many put off or even cancel the updates, without knowing the consequences. Actually, failing to follow on with the…

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If you love online shopping, you are not alone. The National Retail Federation correctly predicted that online retail will grow 8%-12% beginning in 2017, up to three times higher than the growth rate of all total retail sales. Obviously, many enjoy the benefits of online shopping since you don’t need to get stressed in traffic…

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When you want to hide what you’re browsing on the Internet, you can use what is called “incognito” or simply private browsing. You can find this on the Incognito tab on Google Chrome and Private Browsing tab on Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Incognito or private browsing is a slightly more private way to…

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VPNs (Virtually Private Network) are probably the best way to go for users who are looking for more security and privacy, or need access to country-locked websites. However, even though they all promote security and privacy, there is a lot of difference on how much they can provide — some discreetly have a scam nature….

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