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Roger A Grimes wrote an article in which he describes 9 simple steps to detect infection by malware. Some malware can avoid this type of detection, although this is rare at the moment. Rojder advises the avoidance of infection to keep your software completely corrected. Finally, do not share passwords between different sites-or use two-factor authentication-and you’ll be the best security advocate.
The researchers found an unusual piece of malware, FruitFly, which infects some Mac computers. FruitFly spies on users through a computer camera, captures images and records keystrokes. There was a second version called FruitFly 2 at the beginning of the year.
All tense debate whether Mac computers are more secure than Windows computers. Bill Brenner decided to look into this matter. Bill leads a look at Mac malware and give some advice to ensure the best protection.
Everything is moving and the safety comes to the fore. In 2016, many organizations have been subjected to cyber-attacks. Some companies did not find violations of their network of active pulsating with the threat of actors who have created a springboard for future attacks.
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