Some Android phones were found to have preinstalled malware, even before the customer receives the phone. Here is how you can tackle preinstalled malware on your Android phone.
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Android malware does exist on your phone. If you are wondering if your phone is infected, here’s how to check for Android malware and how to get rid of it.
Other than the usual malware, there is also the scareware scam that scares you to install infected software. Let’s learn how it works and how you can protect yourself.
If you are downloading an app outside of the Mac App store, it is best to scan the package file for malware before you install it. Here’s how you can do it in macOS.
Everyone seems to have their own opinion on the best way to fight it, so we asked our writers, “What are your best tips for fighting malware?
One way a malicious user can get access to your data is by playing off your day-to-day life routines. Here are a few examples of how malware distributors can hijack your daily routine and really ruin your day.
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A number of viruses evade security software detection causing huge problems. So we ask: are anti-malware applications worth the trouble anymore?
Recently Apple users were shocked when their devices were hit with Ransomware as Apple is not known for being susceptible to viruses. What is your opinion of Apple after it was hit with Ransomware?
Microsoft recently introduced Windows Defender Offline. It can be used to scan and remove nasty viruses and malware. Here’s how to use this antivirus program offline.
Whether you are dealing with people or machines, viruses can seem like a real threat. Is antivirus useful, and how do you safeguard your device?
Stagefright might just be the biggest exploit to have been discovered in Android yet. If you’re wondering how to protect your device, read on to find out!
This article is targeted at smartphone malware and explains what it is, how it’s transmitted, how it works, how to remove it and how to protect yourself.
There is a probability that a Chrome extension you are using is injecting advertisements without your knowledge. What can you do about it?
If you think that your system is infected with adware/junkware, here is how you can use Ultra Adware Killer to clean installed adware on your system.
Firefox version 31 comes with a feature that checks your downloaded file with Google for malware. You can disable it if you are concerned about your privacy.
A new exploit has revealed a serious vulnerability in the way USB work, and it can very much wreak havoc on about every computer there is.
Some of the extensions in Chrome store are using hidden adware to make money off of you. Here are some fixes for you to tackle the extension security problems.