It’s a very common occurrence to open your email box and say, “I’ve been spammed!” But it’s a much rarer occurrence to say, “My name’s been spammed!”
The new Locky ransomware is on a roll, with cybercriminals quickly adapting malware to exploit user vulnerabilities. But they still haven’t outsmarted the Avira Protection Cloud.
Security on a computer can be summarized as a two-way street: First, keeping the bad things from coming in and harming the device (like ransomware or viruses). Second, keeping news about your private life – with data, activities, and financial information – from leaving your device and falling into the wrong hands.
This is the question I’ve been asking myself for the last couple of days. Here is why …
Since Android already became the most used operating system among devices worldwide, it indirectly caught the attention of malware creators as well – around 97% of malicious mobile software is now targeting Android.