While Uber is a great service, the latest Android.Fakeapp malware variant steals important factors of Uber to make you think you’re using the Uber app when you’re really using the malware which is stealing your data.
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The “Troubleshooter” malware scam creates convincing-looking blue screens to trick and panic users to pay up. Here is how you can fix the Troubleshooter malware without spending any money.
Even if it’s not prevalent, your Mac can still be infected by malware. If you suspect your Mac has malware, here’s how to detect and remove malware from Mac.
Online advertising can be annoying, as well as dangerous, as is the case with malvertising. Find out what malvertising is and what you can do about it.
Equifax suffered another setback when their website was hacked to redirect people to a malware site. What can you do when faced with redirect attacks?
Linux systems are not immune to malware. To protect yourself, you can use Maldet to detect and clean malware from a Linux server.
“GhostCtrl” is a new Android virus that comes with a wide variety of terrifying features. Find out what GhostCtrl can do and how you can combat it.
Pharming can redirect your computer from a legitimate URL to a fake copy and steal your login credentials. Find out what pharming is and how to prevent it.
Text files are usually not associated with malware, but the recent subtitles malware will change this perception. Learn what subtitles malware is and how to avoid it.
The WannaCry ransomware managed to infect an unprecedented 230,000 systems spread across 150 countries. Find out what it is and how you can combat it.
Recently it was discovered that a strand of Android malware, called FalseGuide, managed to infect up to 2 million Android phones. How did it do this, and what does it mean for apps as a whole?
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.
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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