When I say “don’t install anything in your computer” it usually means exactly what I say.
Popular utility from a company owned by Avast was compromised to spread malware to potentially millions of PCs.
Russian malware communicates by leaving comments in Britney Spears’s Instagram account / Boing Boing
Russian malware communicates by leaving comments in Britney Spears’s Instagram account
Hackers can hide computer viruses in online video subtitles and use them to take control of computers, security experts have warned.
Time again to double-up the vigilance. This is not a drill. If you notice your computer search results sending you to unusual sites, please take action.
If in doubt, don’t click on it.
Actually, just don’t click on it.
Don’t be THAT person who destroys your systems.
Read the article from the link below.
Update, update, update.
Several users have complained about “fake Flash” ads which if triggered can lead to a ransomware attack.