Fake email attempting to phish users' Apple IDs.
We've compiled five very specific reasons why consignment and resale stores should not use Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE).
A very common browser hijack/search redirect, Conduit, has a little bug in its uninstaller. If you attempt to remove Conduit via Add or Remove Programs, it is rendering Windows XP machines unbootable.
We'd like to see as many consignment and resale stores start 2014 out on the right foot. Here are 7 tips to help better-secure your computer systems.
A popular and long-standing software download site, SourceForge, is injecting malware in to its software installers.
Securing consignment systems involves more than just installing free antivirus software and hoping all goes well. Antivirus alone isn't enough when it comes to securing or 'hardening' a system.
Critical security vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader have been identified and Adobe has issued a security advisory. Adobe is recommending users enable Protected View via Edit > Preferences > Security (Enhanced).
The most popular internet speedtest site, Speedtest.net, was recently compromised. They have since fixed the issue and the site is no longer infected, but if you visited the site within the last few days and if you have Java installed, lookout.
ESET has released the Version 6 update for Nod32 and Smart Security. With this update comes the addition of the new Social Media Scanner.
This week, Malwarebytes released v1.70 which brings with it a slightly updated look. The interface and program are still the same, but they've implemented their new logo/color palette throughout the application.