What software do you really need to protect your computer? We’ve identified 2 programs that keep your computer safe from anything untoward.
The first is Defenx Security Suite. It includes antivirus and anti-spyware protection, a firewall, and an intelligent anti-spam feature that learns how to identify which emails you don’t want to receive in your inbox, automatically marking them as spam. Thanks to the anti-spyware feature, all the information that you manage on your computer every day are safe, and no one other than you can access it.
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We like to think of Memopal, Defenx Cloud Backup service, as a receptacle that contains your whole digital life and takes care of it. Your documents, spreadsheets, photos, videos and any other type of file are stored on your Memopal account, no matter when and where you last saved them. How to protect your digital life using the cloud.
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As stated by the security firm Check Point, there is a new malware referred to as the HummingBad that has infected more than 10m Android devices. The HummingBad virus has been reported to completely take control of tablets and smartphones, steal user information such as bank account passwords, email account and anything else needed for identity theft and sell the information. Cyber security researchers also indicated in their report that the HummingBad can automatically tap on unwanted adverts and download fraudulent applications.
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The iPhone hacking of the killer responsible for the San Bernardino shooting sparked a national debate about the ethics of hackers working with national security agencies.
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For the reasonable price of around 120 pounds, it’s possible to buy a device that can unlock an iPhone 5C in 6 hours. The device is called IP BOX, and it’s available online. According to a test carried out by the Daily Mail, it can figure out a smartphone’s passcode in 6 hours.
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