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Tips to keep your family safe online from an Amazon security expert

Amazon Blog – 10.3.22

Jyllian Clarke joined Amazon in 2020 and is now the global head of security training. Day-to-day, her job is to provide security training and learning opportunities to Amazon employees, worldwide, as well as provide security education opportunities to Amazon’s customers, prospective customers and the general public. Below, Clarke shares details about types of cybersecurity threats, explains how you can protect your family in today’s digital landscape, and offers tips on talking to your children about phishing and hacking.

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SEO poisoning: Beware of suspicious links to avoid malware infections

Avast Blog – 10.3.22

Getting infected with malware isn’t just clicking on an errant file, but it usually occurs because an entire ecosystem is created by attackers to fool you into actually doing the click. This is the very technique behind something called SEO poisoning, in which seemingly innocent searches can tempt you with malware-infested links.

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Apple AirTag and unwanted tracking

NordVPN Blog – 9.27.22

AirTag is a tracking device developed by Apple in 2021 that works with your iPhone and other Apple devices.

It’s part of the Find My network accessory program, designed to allow third-party accessory makers to integrate Find My rights into their products. The Find My network consists of hundreds of millions of Apple devices. Using Bluetooth wireless technology, they can detect missing items and devices nearby.

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GTA 6 footage leaks online

Avast Blog – 9.23.22

This week, in one of the biggest leaks in videogame history, a GTAForums user by the name of “teapotuberhacker” posted 90 videos from a test build of Grand Theft Auto 6. Gameplay scenes include a waffle shop robbery, some Vice City locations, and two playable characters. The clips have been shared and eventually made their way onto YouTube, Twitter, Reddit, and other sites. The hacker also claims to have stolen GTA 5 and 6 source code.

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