Spring brought us not only blooming flowers and rays of sun but also new awards for Avira Antivirus Solutions following the latest AV-Test and AV-Comparatives results.
Companies today have their hands full with trying to prevent online security threats from impacting them.
Avira experts are now training the hard way to catch viruses.
Android fans will be excited to learn about the newest version of our Antivirus Security for Android.
Being for 29 Years in the Antivirus business can make you wonder what made the company stand out from the crowd and become one of the Industry’s leaders. It’s exactly what we asked ourselves so we went looking for answers to the right people: the Avira employees.
Reports or articles about PUA (Potentially Unwanted Applications) are becoming more frequent every day. Some of these also define this type of software as PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) or PUS (Potentially Unwanted Software). However, they all mean the same thing: A user downloads a program from the Internet and installs it on their PC. Yet, after installation, the user notices that not only has the program they wanted been installed, but heaps of other programs too.
Do you know what happens if someone else suddenly “owns” your DNS records and how you can secure your domains in order to prevent it? Go ahead and read the final part of our blog series to find out.
One of the biggest IT events in Europe took place in Hannover last week (16-20 March 2015). Avira couldn’t miss this edition of CeBIT, our team being present at the event for the whole week.
In our first part of “Secure your DNS to avoid losing business“, we explained what DNS is and where you’ll need and encouter it. Check it out and take a look at it if you haven’t done so already. Now, in part 2, we will talk about what happens when DNS doesn’t work and the different causes of a disruption.
Avira Antivirus Software blocks the installation of Potentially Unwanted Applications and releases new set of guidelines for all software vendors to respect.