There is some kind of malware for almost everything, even one that clicks on ads.
We are proud to announce that we won a court order against Freemium.com, a company funded by media giant ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG. The court judgment allows our antivirus software to continue to warn you, our customers, of potentially unwanted application downloads that come bundled with popular games and toolbars published by Freemium.com and other download sites.
In early June, it was announced that hackers succeeded in attacking and acquiring personal data from the US government. However, the effects are now much worse than previously thought.
We at Avira are happy and proud to focus on our customers. So it sometimes shocks our ethical sensibilities when we discover how others pull dirty tricks to try to hurt our public image.
Time to make sure your Adobe Reader and Windows-System up-to-date (if you can – because of you’re running a Samsung machine that might not be the case).
How about that: Samsung is deliberately disabling the Windows Update on its devices.
Avira’s Mobile Development Team is proud to announce the release of new features in our Android applications. Starting today, you have the chance to find out what type of data is being shared with the apps stored on your mobile devices. And it doesn’t stop there.
You’ve read about it by now: Snowden’s latest revelations concerning the NSA and the UK’s counterpart (GCHQ) reveal that these two intelligence organizations have not only been spying on anti-virus companies, but also actively attempting to reverse engineer their software …
Do you know how many threats Avira detects each day? Avira Threats Landscape does: Yesterday it were over 16 million. Yes, it’s a cyberwar out there and it is fought over your data and privacy.