Security holes in widely used computer programs make headlines almost constantly. Vulnerabilities in Oracle’s Java software, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser, or Adobe’s Flash Player are just some of the software flaws that recently appeared in security news and serve as a reminder that computers have weaknesses too.
And it’s on your Windows PC! Security researchers have found numerous Android apps, typically disguised as cleanup tools that are actually spying on your PC’s conversations. Your first question might be: ‘How is Android malware getting on to my Windows PC?’ Good Question.
We’ve all been there, the awkward moment you receive a Valentine’s card from someone that you just don’t feel quite the same way about. Well this year you’ve got something else to worry about… especially if you go online without antivirus protection.
Are your children asking you for permission to get on Pinterest? It’s pretty hard NOT to be a Pinterest fan, with all of those beautiful pictures – no wonder it’s the third-most visited social networking site and that your children are so eager to get on to it. It’s not surprising then, as a result of the site’s dramatic increase in popularity, that Pinterest has become a haven for cybercriminals.