Our own personal security is paramount, but what about the security of the parts of our family that we look after and care for?
Try as you might, you won't get away from the scourge of cybercrime all that easily, but Australia's Crime Reporting program is going to try and lessen the blow with a bit of help from Kaspersky Labs.
Whether you’re on a PC, a Mac, or a smartphone, you’re at risk for getting caught by ransomware, and according the research, it’s happening to more and more Aussies.You’ve always known the online world could be a dangerous place, and between all the warnings of viruses, of malware, of internet horrors and nasties and whatnot, you’ve always tried to watch what you click.But that’s not true of everyone, and new research from Symantec suggests that ransomware is catching many people out, especially in Australia, where…
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…
It seems like there's a new form of malware every week, and right now, the big deal is Petya, a nasty little script. So what can you do to stay protected?
There was a time when not buying Windows meant not having security problems, but it seems times have changed.
Everyone uses the internet, and everyone knows about viruses, but why is it that so many people are still getting fooled by the modern equivalent of internet viruses? We're exploring that in this question, as we ask a question few seem to know the answer to.
The glue that connects our home and appliances to the web may end up causing millions of dollars of digital damage, and weak security is to blame.