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2018 AVG INTERNET SECURITY: A PREMIUM ANTIVIRUS SUITE

By Ian Paul
AVG has a big advantage in the free antivirus market. Most of us know AVG because of AVG Free. Now the free stuff is still there, but the worse Internet security trend is bringing new business chances to the company. The logic is you love the free stuff so much that you’ll eventually upgrade to one of its paid products. Its AVG Internet Security, flagship product of next generation PC security, integrates main crucial features and is priced at $70,...
By Ian Paul  View Source  
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Computer Anti-Virus Scam Cost 2 Durham Region Guys More Than $32k
You buy anti-virus software to protect privacy, but the result is your losing lots of money. Police are warning about a computer scam after two Durham Region residents lost more than $32,000. The scammer called victims to sell them software protection. After a few months the deal done, they called back saying there was an issue with the software, and that the purchase price will be returned to the victim’s bank account...
By National Post  View Source  
Kaspersky Joined Avian Presents Kaspersky Internet Security 2018
The modern household is changing, on average, it cares for 2.4 people , 0.3 pets and now also 6.3 connected devices. With devices playing such a prominent role in today's average home, Kaspersky Lab launched the updated version, namely Kaspersky Internet Security 2018, to help people care for their devices from ransomware protection to parents control...
By Daily Mirror  View Source  
Yahoo: All 3 Billion Accounts Breached in 2013
The secret is finally uncovered by Yahoo itself: its entire user base of 3 billion accounts was compromised by an August 2013 data breach. Back to that year and that moment, Yahoo said another tone: 1 billions accounts may be impacted. Although it's a large number, as a user of Yahoo, you and me, possibly think we aren't in the victim group. Now the truth isn't just triple the initial report, but the entire user base were compromised! So who do we trust to protect our privacy? The IT giant, or ourselves?
By Jeremy Kirk  View Source  
ESET Report Hackers Hijack Computers to Make Money
ESET reported a new type of crime of hackers: hijacking victim computers to mine cryptocurrency. Its researchers uncovered the profitable hacking. One guy aimed Windows servers and infected hundreds of them to run a mining malware, which steals cpu and memory resources to generate $63,000 in 3 months. This is just one case. Because the hackers want to hijack the victims to make money, the malware is hidden considerably and not easy to view...
By Joon Ian Wong  View Source