Do’s and don’ts to dodge cybergrinches
November 28, 2013
Once you’re done with turkey and pumpkin pie, prepare yourself for an onslaught of tainted Web links and viral attachments, deployed by cybergrinches to take over control of your computing device.
These malicious digital gifts will come at you in e-mail, social media postings and search results — decorated like greeting cards, coupons, shipping documents and other innocuous bits of info. Brett …More
Cyberscammers take aim at Black Friday, Cyber Monday
November 26, 2013
SEATTLE — ‘Tis the season for cyberscams — and it’s stacking up to be one of unprecedented plunder for cybergrinches.
Snowden effect: Young people now care about privacy
November 18, 2013
What’s more, the poll, commissioned by anti-malware vendor ESET, reveals clear evidence that, contrary to what some believe, young people actually do care about the privacy of their online personas.
The ESET …More
Windows XP users six times more likely to be hacked
October 29, 2013
Detection tool alerts Windows users to unwanted code
October 29, 2013
If you plan to continue using a Windows XP personal computer connected to the Internet, for whatever reason, after Microsoft ends XP security patches next April, WinPatrol Plus can provide some robust protection.
CyberTruth video:Why Microsoft is ending Windows XP security patches
Pytlovany told CyberTruth that he is committed to have WinPatrol support Windows XP on …More
Scammer dupes Experian into selling Social Security numbers
October 21, 2013
Government shutdown raises cybersecurity concerns
October 15, 2013
Some 62% of 538 respondents said they felt some degree of heightened concern, while 54% of survey takers indicated feeling some degree less secure with the government shutdown.
There have been plenty of headline- grabbing disclosures over the past two years of politically- motivated hackers disrupting banks and media companies and stealing data that relates to …Morekeep looking »