So the Mayans were wrong. We’ve survived their fatal predictions and yet another year has passed, leaving behind a chain of ever-evolving online threats. From massive hack attacks, rampant computer infections, mobile malware, spear-phishing attacks, malicious websites, spam zombies, to Facebook scams, online privacy invasions, even (and especially!) on Facebook and cyberbulling. The list may, of course, continue. But now that we’re about to enter a new year, what lessons are we drawing from this past one?
Part of Facebook’s increasing popularity is that it’s no longer just for college kids. Parents are joining, tweens are joining, and with that comes complications. So, if you’re a parent on Facebook, what are the guidelines for not embarrassing your children?
In anticipation of the holiday season and the immense amount of travel that takes place, airlines have been warning their customers to keep an eye out for fraudulent emails that appear to be from them. Cybercriminals are using this heavy travel season as yet another opportunity to infect the public with dangerous viruses.
Christmas is without a doubt one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. Paired with attractive last-minute deals, it sounds like a match made in heaven, doesn’t it? But before hopping on a plane to your dream holiday destination, learn how to protect yourself from any scams that might pop-up in your inbox, browser or even mobile phone.
The latest AV-Comparatives test results confirm yet again what other independent tests have shown before: BullGuard’s security suite ranks among the very best!