You have probably heard of “virus,” but what about “zero-day virus?” This article explains what “zero-day virus” is and how you can protect yourself.
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Here’s a list with five of the most dangerous Android viruses out there, as well as additional information about what you can do to get rid of malware.
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?
In this article we do a case study on a recent Mac problem and explain why checking for viruses is more important for Mac users than other platforms.
The latest vulnerability is the Heartbleed Bug that affects the very websites that are supposed to be the safest. Do you still feel safe using the Internet?
An infected USB drive can easily attack your PC using the autorun feature. USB Immunizer protects your PC by preventing the autorun file from running.
Your computer can get infected by virus easily if you are not careful. Don’t worry, following these steps, you can recover from a virus attack quickly.
Do you know that a simple task such as opening PDF files can infect your computer with malware? This is a very common method used by hackers to install malicious software on your system and gain access to it. Here is a list of PDF files that are known to be infected and one you will want to keep in your blacklist.
Other than exe files, there are a few different file types that viruses can be present in. In this article, we will show you the different file types and discuss them in detail.
One of the easiest way to check if a file is malicious is to upload it to VirusTotal and get it to analyse your file. To make it even easier, you can use the Phrozensoft VirusTotal Uploader to scan files for viruses directly from your desktop, without having to go through the process of opening the browser, loading the VirusTotal website and upload the file.
USB flash drive is a convenient tool for bringing your data around, but it can also be exploited to spread virus and malware across computers and networks. Here is how you can secure your USB drive and computer and prevent it from spreading virus.
There’s a saying “It doesn’t matter how you can get the (computer) virus, it is only a matter of when you will get it.” Indeed, with today technology, more and more variant of viruses keep appearing and one is more potent than the previous. It is becoming increasingly difficult to protect against them all. Even […]
We all know the feeling of a new computer… everything is super quick, and there are no bugs or problems to be found. Even if you have a Mac though, which are by reputation more durable than a PC’s (if only for their relative sparse nature on the internet), you often still find that a […]