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2018-12-04

How to delete malware from your Mac

Apple Inc. is one of the leaders of the global information market. The company develops products, monitors applications for  its devices.

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2018-10-25

GPlayed Is A Dangerous New Virus

Cybersecurity experts from the Cisco Talos group discovered a new dangerous virus, which is called GPlayed. The malware is still at the testing stage, but it can turn into a serious threat.

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2018-10-23

Understanding GreyEnergy Programs

Every year, cyber attacks become more specialized. In 2015 a series of attacks on the Ukrainian power system was made. During these large-scale attacks, ESET researchers began to detect another family of malicious programs, called GreyEnergy.

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2018-10-09

Has Your Computer Been Hacked? Know the Signs

Wondering if your computer or network has been hacked? Are you worried about malware or spyware?

Sometimes, computers have problems that have nothing to do with malicious activity, but hacking does happen and it is a growing problem. Visit the wrong website, open the wrong email or download the wrong app and you can find yourself with a host of problems. Risks run the gamut from someone ruining your computer to someone accessing your personal data, bank accounts and other crucial information.

It takes a computer forensics examination to determine whether you’ve been hacked and how it was done, but there are some signs you can monitor. If you encounter any of these, you [...]

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