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How Trend Micro Mobile Security Takes Android Anti-Malware To The Next Level

One of the great things about Android is being able to sideload apps; to install software from outside Google Play. Cool, but risky.

Meawhile, according to the Mobile Threat Report, 27 per cent of known malicious apps were actually found on the official Android store in 2013.

Trend Micro has responded with its most advanced mobile protection against viruses, spyware, data-theft and malware — including new ‘App Reputation’ scans to identify and block millions of hazardous apps.


How Trend Micro Mobile Security Stops Threats Before They Reach Your Phone

We bank on our phones. We give our tablets credit card details. No wonder mobile malware and phishing are on the rise. Security pioneer Trend Micro has responded with its most advanced iPhone, iPad, Android and Kindle apps yet: cloud-based protection against viruses, spyware, data-theft and malware. You also get new lost device (remote locate, wipe) and online backup tools included. Take a look…


A Disturbed John McAfee Teaches You How To Uninstall His Software [NSFW]

John McAfee is one weird guy, and this video only serves to bolster that reputation. Uploaded to YouTube last night, it’s a hilarious — and entirely NSFW — video that sees the man himself teach you how to uninstall McAfee Antivirus.


Ultimate (Free) Virus Protection Guide

So you got caught with your pants down on the internet (figuratively, folks) and contracted a virus. That sucks. Or maybe you were wearing protection but still fell victim to some nasty bit of code that managed to slip by your antivirus software undetected. That sucks even more. Either way, it’s nothing to feel ashamed about. The web is a dangerous place and even the most tech savvy users sometimes slip up.


Five Simple Ways To Keep Your Android Device Malware-Free

While it’s true that Android is a little more susceptible to malware attacks than iOS, the situation isn’t nearly as bad as Apple would have you believe. With a little knowledge and a sprinkling of common sense, you can make your device impervious to even the most dastardly of digital assaults. Here’s how.


Meet The Symbiote: The Ironclad, Adaptable Future Of Antivirus Protection

Ang Cui has a lot of power. With enough time he can take control of pretty much any networked device. He could watch you through your iSight or track what you’re watching on your smart TV. But he has bigger fish to fry, so your Catfish marathons are safe for now. From him, at least.


Watch: TV Interview With Giz Reporter Who Dug Up John McAfee's Secrets

The story of antivirus millionaire turned reclusive murder suspect John McAfee is a long, strange, sordid one. Earlier today, on CBS This Morning, reporter Jeff Wise — who broke the news for Gizmodo — talked about where the McAfee saga stands today, and how we got here in the first place.


Secrets, Schemes And Guns: Inside John McAfee's Heart Of Darkness

As dawn broke over the interior of Belize on April 30, an elite team of 42 police and soldiers, including members of the country’s SWAT team and Special Forces, converged on a compound on the banks of a jungle river. Within, all was quiet.


New Rogue PC Software Is Mascarading As Antivirus To Scam You

There is new malware preying on your PC, and people are being caught off guard by its claim to be antivirus software. The renegade software is popping up on different versions of Windows, morphing into whatever iteration of the operating system you’re running.


Hackers Publish Symantec's Source Code After Extortion Attempt Fails

Hacker YamaTough has published Symantec’s pcAnywhere’s source code. This program is used by users and companies to access personal computers remotely. The publication follows a $US50,000 extortion attempt that was made public last night.


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