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CopyCat Malware Taking Android Devices By Storm

Researchers at the security firm Check Point have uncovered a new strain of malware they’re calling CopyCat that has taken the internet ...

Some Intel Processors Could Crash Systems With Hyperthreading Enabled

If you’re using a machine with a Skylake or Kaby Lake Intel processor, you should know that under certain conditions, it may ...

Why Do Ransomware Attacks Continue To Rise?

The total number of ransomware attacks has seen a massive spike, with nearly 50 percent more attacks against PCs occurring this year ...

Social Media Data Helping To Predict Violent Threats

A new study conducted by Cardiff University provides some insights about the power of social media that are both surprising and completely ...

New Vulnerability Found In Skype That Could Allow Hackers Access

If you’re one of the millions of Skype users around the world, check to see what version you’re using. If you haven’t ...

3 Ways to Help Identify an Email Phishing Attempt

  Since most of us check emails on a daily basis, it is highly likely that we’ll be presented with an email phishing attempt. A phishing email ...

Three Ways to Keep Your Mobile Device Secure

  Mobile devices have transformed the way we communicate, do business, and even relax. Because of this mobile devices have become an attractive target for hackers. The ...

New Survey Shows Alarming Trends In Cybersecurity For Businesses

A new survey released by Guidance Software reveals some disturbing trends about the state of cyber security. The survey asked 330 IT ...

Microsoft Releasing Feature To Help With Malicious Files Like Ransomware

Microsoft recently announced a new change coming to Windows Defender in the fall called “Controlled Folder Access.” As the company describes the ...

New Mobile Fingerprint Sensor Can Detect Blood Flow And Heartbeat

Qualcomm has recently announced the release of their next-generation fingerprint biometric technology for mobile devices, and on its face, it seems to ...