You may not be cruising the cryptocoin and Bitcoin boat, but if you are and you use Mac or Windows, watch out: malware is about.
It seems there’s no escape from the dangers of the web, as Kaspersky confirms malware is hunting practically everything.You’ve seen it on computers, on tablets, and even on phones, and as bad as malware like the ransomware affecting the world as Petya can get, it’s also not the end.According to new research from the security boffins at Kaspersky Lab, malware in the wild is increasing, and with more than 7000 examples targeting smart devices, it’s likely going to get worse.Computers running operating systems like…
There used to be one rule when it came to getting infected with a computer virus: you have to download, run, and execute the file. Not any more, it seems.
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There used to be an idea that Macs were totally safe from the computer virus, but that is no longer the case.
There was a time when not buying Windows meant not having security problems, but it seems times have changed.
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