Security

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The Best Antivirus Protection for 2022
Antivirus software is critical for every PC. Without it, your personal information, your data, and even your bank account are at risk. We`ve tested more than 40 utilities to help you pick the best antivirus.
Neil J. Rubenking
pcmag
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Don`t Freak Out: How to Save Data From a PC That Won`t Boot
`If you have important data trapped on a computer that`s not working, there are ways to recover it. You should already have a backup, but here`s what you can do in an emergency.
Whitson Gordon
pcmag
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Cisco warns of critical vulnerability in virtualized network software
Cisco issues free software updates to fix weaknesses in its Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software.
Michael Cooney
networkworld
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Hackers are now hiding malware in Windows Event Logs
Security researchers have noticed a malicious campaign that used Windows event logs
Ionut Ilascu
bleepingcomputer
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Hackers stole data undetected from US, European orgs since 2019
The Chinese hacking group known as `Winnti` has been stealthily stealing intellectual
Bill Toulas
bleepingcomputer
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5 VMware products need patching against serious security vulnerabilities
VMware urges patching Workspace ONE Access and VMware products that include components of VMware Identity Manager.
Jon Gold
networkworld
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Protect Your PC: How to Work From Home Securely
Working from home opens up security risks you just don`t face in the office.
Neil J. Rubenking
pcmag
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Huge Google Chrome danger revealed – check your browser right now
YOUR gadgets could be in grave danger – and it`s all linked to a simple Google Chrome mistake.
Sean Keach
thesun
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Spring patches leaked Spring4Shell zero-day RCE vulnerability
Spring released emergency updates to fix the `Spring4Shell` zero-day remote code execution vulnerability, which leaked prematurely online before a patch was released.
Lawrence Abrams
bleepingcomputer
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NSA urges businesses to adopt zero trust for network security
US intelligence agency lays out security steps IT admins should take to protect their infrastructure from threats.
Jon Gold
networkworld
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Microsoft warns of destructive attacks by Lapsus$ cybercrime group
Using social engineering rather than traditional ransomware tactics,
Lance Whitney
techrepublic
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Honda bug lets a hacker unlock and start your car via replay attack
Researchers have disclosed a `replay attack` vulnerability affecting select Honda and Acura car models,
Ax Sharma
bleepingcomputer
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Cybersecurity incident response: Lessons learned from 2021
`SecureWorks announced the themes and trends of cybersecurity incidents recorded in 2021 so you can better protect your business in 2022.
Cedric Pernet
techrepublic
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6 Tech Giants That Have Been Breached by a Nefarious New Hacker Gang
LAPSUS$, a new cybercriminal gang with serious chutzpah, has been pillaging the tech sector`s biggest names for their digital secrets.
Lucas Ropek
gizmodo
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Microsoft investigating claims of hacked source code repositories
Microsoft says they are investigating claims that the Lapsus$ data extortion hacking group breached their internal Azure DevOps source code repositories and stolen data.
Lawrence Abrams
bleepingcomputer
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Why the biggest laptop vendors are ignoring Microsoft’s Pluton security tech
The short answer is probably "vPro".
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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Intel, AMD, Arm warn of new speculative execution CPU bugs
Security researchers have found new way to bypass existing hardware-based defenses.
Bill Toulas
bleepingcomputer
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7 Signs You Have Malware and How to Get Rid of It
Is your PC acting strange? Look for these signs you have malware, but don`t panic if it turns out that you do. Our tips can help you get rid of it.
Neil J. Rubenking
pcmag
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Samsung Confirms Galaxy Source Code Was Stolen by Hackers
The same group took responsibility for recently breaching graphics maker Nvidia.
Phillip Tracy
gizmodo
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The Best VPNs to Protect Yourself Online
It won’t solve all of your privacy problems, but a virtual private network can make you a less tempting target for hackers.
SCOTT GILBERTSON
wired