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AI in cybersecurity: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Avast Blog – 1.27.23

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming a powerful tool in the cybersecurity landscape, with the potential to revolutionize the way we detect and respond to cyber threats. However, as with any technology, there are also risks associated with the use of AI in cybersecurity. In this blog post, we will explore both the advantages and dangers of AI in cybersecurity, including examples of how cybercriminals could use AI to improve social engineering attacks and how cybersecurity companies can use AI to better protect users.

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Small but dangerous: What are the risks of malicious USBs?

Avast Blog – 1.26.23

It’s understandable that when people find a misplaced USB drive or memory stick, they want to find out what it contains. Human curiosity is what attackers exploit, after all. However, plugging an unauthenticated device into your own or work computer can be very dangerous, and USB flash drives are still a common way for attackers to infect computers with viruses and malware. They can damage your devices and data in seconds. If you think this can’t happen to you, think again!

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What’s on the dark web in 2023?

Avast Blog – 1.18.23

When it comes to the internet, most of us only scratch the surface. The vast majority of what we know and use on a daily basis is the “surface web,” which includes all the sites that can be easily accessed through a search engine like Google or Bing. But beyond the surface web lies a much larger and mysterious realm known as the “deep web.” And within that deep web lies an even more secretive and controversial corner of the internet known as the “dark web.”

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The easy way to protect yourself from almost all phishing scams

Avast Blog – 12.14.22

Phishing scams are on the rise, with millions of people falling victim to these online scams every year. In fact, according to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, phishing scams accounted for more than half of all reported cybercrime incidents in 2020. This shows just how widespread and successful these attacks can be.

 

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