Kaspersky Labs Blog – 3.8.19 (3.6.19)
What happens at Mobile World Congress never stays there. On the contrary, things that are introduced at one of the biggest events for the telecommunication and consumer electronics industries affect the lives of almost everyone on the planet. So even if you aren’t that interested in smartphones or telecom equipment, it’s worth keeping an eye on what’s going on at MWC. Let’s take a look at what this year’s conference was about.
Read more: Mobile World Congress 2019 recap
Kaspersky Labs blog – 3.7.19 (3.6.19)
Before a vacation or business trip, many employees configure an autoreply to incoming e-mails so that clients and colleagues know who to contact in their absence. Usually such messages include the duration of the trip, contact details of cover staff, and sometimes information about current projects.
Read more: Out-of-office replies: How not to spill too many beans
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 2.20.19 (2.15.19)
Brandon wanted to play a computer game without paying. No fool, he knows where to download games free (without SMS or registration). The Internet is teeming with sites with headings such as “Download pirated games free without viruses.”
Read more: How pirates hook gamers
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 2.11.19
Are you subscribed to a top YouTuber’s channel? If so, at any moment, a message purporting to be from your preferred celebrity can land in your inbox.
At first glance, the text looks like amazing news. Your fancied YouTube star feels extremely grateful to you for being one of their subscribers or for leaving comments on their video. And you’ve been chosen at random either to participate in a giveaway or to directly get a valuable prize — a new iPhone X or a gift card, for example.
Read more: Got a direct message from a top YouTuber? Chances are, it’s phishing
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 2.6.19 (2.5.19)
Our interaction with technology could soon be predominantly voice-based. To ask for something out loud and hear the answer is literally child’s play: Just take a look at how effortlessly kids use voice assistants.
Read more: Voice assistants hear things we don’t