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Nearly 2 Million Stolen Google, Facebook and Twitter Passwords Posted Online: How To Protect Yourself
Dec 4, 2013 - More than 2 million users' passwords for social networking and email websites including Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter and LinkedIn were stolen and published online, according to the BBC. The information was taken from computers that have been infected with a malicious keystroke logging softwar...
Norton vs. Kaspersky 2014: Which Is Better?
Dec 2, 2013 - Pitting Norton vs. Kaspersky 2014 is a true battle of the best when it comes to Internet security software. Both have stepped up to the plate this year with slick, Windows 8-ready interfaces, top-notch security offerings and enough fancy features to make your head spin. To help determine which is...
Norton vs. Bitdefender 2014: Which Is Better?
Nov 18, 2013 - With the recent release of the 2014 versions of these two Internet security software giants, you?re probably wondering whether Norton Internet Security 2014 or BitDefender Internet Security is the smartest purchase. While both are definitely top performers, there are some key differences that are...
Online Shopping: Which Internet Security Software Offers the Best Protection?
Oct 23, 2013 - Whether it's feeding your shoe addiction or buying a season pass to catch up on "Breaking Bad," shopping online has become a habit for many people. With the holiday season fast approaching, doing the bulk of your gift buying online to escape the madness of the mall is probably tempting, but if yo...
Hackers Now Targeting Mobile Banking Apps: How To Protect Yourself
Aug 26, 2013 - As banks try to take steps to protect their consumers, it seems that hackers keep finding loopholes around banks' security. Malware programs used to targeting banking apps, which were discovered by McAfee researchers, have the ability to replace official banking apps with hacked replacements on A...
Viruses, Malware, and Spyware
Experts estimate that over one million viruses, spyware and adware applications, collectively called malware, have been released over the Internet. The purpose of these malware programs ranges from annoyances, like advertising pop-ups, to the downright criminal, like attempting to steal your identity. Luckily, Internet security software programs exist to help prevent your computer from being infected. All of the services we have reviewed offer advanced protection against viruses, spyware, adware and phishing scams. Most will even limit the amount of spam you see in your email inbox.
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