Avast Blog – 2.21.18
Social engineering used to trick Facebook users into downloading Advanced Persistent Threat disguised as Kik Messenger app. A few months ago, one of our customers contacted us regarding strange messages he received on Facebook Messenger. The messages came from fake Facebook profiles belonging to attractive, but fictitious women. These women encouraged him to download another chat application to continue their conversations.
Read more: Avast tracks down Tempting Cedar Spyware
PSafe Blog – 2.15.18
What are ad blockers and are they good or bad to use on your device? Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about this software.
Read more: The Pros and Cons of Using an Ad Blocker – PSafe Blog
Avast Blog – 12.12.18
The repeal of net neutrality laws gives your ISP more control over your internet. A good VPN will help you take that control back.
Read more: Worried about net neutrality? Consider a VPN.
Avast Blog – Originally published Feb. 7, 2018
Avast Free Antivirus also received five Advanced+ awards from the independent testing organization.
Read more: Avast earns “Top Rated Product for 2017” award from AV-Comparatives
PSafe Blog – Originally published Feb. 7, 2018
Many people struggle with creating passwords because they want their passwords to be so difficult that hackers won’t be able to guess them.
Read more: Are You Fictionalizing Your Past to Thwart Hackers? – PSafe Blog
Roku Blog – Originally published Feb. 7, 2018
Consumer Reports issued a report saying that Roku TVs and players are vulnerable to hacking. This is a mischaracterization of a feature. It is unfortunate that the feature was reported in this way. We want to assure our customers that there is no security risk.
Read more: Consumer Reports Got it Wrong