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Are you aiding and abetting National Security Agency (NSA) spying? That's the subject of an open letter, sent in October to leading antivirus vendors, from 25 different privacy information security experts and organizations.
Amit Mital, who worked at Microsoft for 20 years and holds 43 patents, will succeed Steve Trilling as chief technology officer, Symantec said Wednesday in a statement. Trilling is moving to an unspecified senior leadership role, the company said.
00 AM MST Q: I have a MacBook Pro. I do not have any security software on it and have been told by many people, including the folks at the Apple store that I don't need any. When I cancelled by Norton 360 software for my old PC recently, the Norton
AppGuard has gained a significant following among online computer security experts. A key participant in the Wilders security blog refers to AppGuard as the "secret key" in the search for protection from zero day exploits. AppGuard is available on
At a time when millions of computer users face increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, the antivirus software they rely on to keep their information safe frequently fails to do the job. Of 45 pieces of malware that lingered on the New York Times
Of 45 pieces of malware that lingered on the New York Times computer systems for a third of a year, just one was spotted by its antivirus software, the newspaper disclosed in January. That same month, security company Kaspersky disclosed a global
Zero-Day Vulnerability A new zero-day vulnerability affecting all support versions of Internet Explorer was reported by Microsoft on Tuesday, 17 September. The vulnerability may corrupt memory in a way that could allow attackers to execute arbitrary
The most effective cyber attack on South African computers is on known as a zero-day attack, a security firm has said. A zero-day attack is one where a vulnerability in software code has been established, but the manufacturer has not yet released an
Don't be too smug surfing the Web even if you have Internet security software installed on your computer: chances are, it won't be enough to protect you. This was the finding of security vendor Bitdefender, citing data from QuickScan, an antivirus
But this issue really is the centre of controversy over the undemocratic way this bill is being rammed through, despite legitimate public concerns about the rampant interception of communications occurring here and overseas...That is necessary to