Security

Avira 2015 offers optional Dropbox install
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Avira 2015 offers optional Dropbox install
Avira has announced the arrival of its 2015 product line, including Avira Free Antivirus, Avira Antivirus Pro and Avira Internet Security.
 
We can't keep ignoring privacy threats in iPhones and Android devices
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We can't keep ignoring privacy threats in iPhones and Android devices
As more apps conspire to steal your data, it’s time for all users of technology to become more vigilant.
 
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.03 adds keyboard navigation support
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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.03 adds keyboard navigation support
Malwarebytes Corporation has released Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.03, a significant update for its anti-malware tool.
Dropbox passwords leaked 
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Dropbox passwords leaked

Cloud storage company blames third party service for password breach, resets affected accounts.
Labs Brief: SecuraLive Antivirus 
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Labs Brief: SecuraLive Antivirus

PC Range branches out into the security field.
Symantec follows HP's lead, will split in two 
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Symantec follows HP's lead, will split in two

Security and storage businesses go their separate ways.
Microsoft reveals Windows 10 preview has a keylogger 
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Microsoft reveals Windows 10 preview has a keylogger

Microsoft says tracking keystrokes and examining audio input helps it improve the new OS.
O&O SafeErase 8 brings smart Explorer integration 
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O&O SafeErase 8 brings smart Explorer integration

Berlin developer O&O Software has unveiled O&O SafeErase Professional 8, a new edition of its commercial secure deletion tool.
ASIO can now snoop on the entire internet 
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ASIO can now snoop on the entire internet

Only three MPs opposed the first tranche of national security legislation.
Ello knocked offline by DDoS 
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Ello knocked offline by DDoS

Facebook-rival Ello keels over following media interest.
Mozilla patches Firefox NSS vulnerability 
NEWS

Mozilla patches Firefox NSS vulnerability

Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey all susceptible to man-in-the-middle attack.
Is the Bash bug worse than Heartbleed? 
NEWS

Is the Bash bug worse than Heartbleed?

Flaw in Bourne Again Shell (Bash) is the latest major threat to web infrastructure.
Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner still hackable 
NEWS

Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner still hackable

Touch fingerprint ID: still hackable on the iPhone 6 and not noticably more secure.
Norton Security 2015 now available 
NEWS

Norton Security 2015 now available

Symantec has announced the first full release of Norton Security and Norton Security with Backup.
Google follows Apple with device encryption 
NEWS

Google follows Apple with device encryption

Has Google been stung into action by Apple's withering attack on its privacy record?
LastPass for iOS 3.1.0 adds Safari extension 
NEWS

LastPass for iOS 3.1.0 adds Safari extension

Password-management service LastPass has unveiled LastPass for Premium 3.1.0 for iPad and iPhone users with paid-for LastPass accounts.
F-Secure SAFE 2015 protects desktops, tablets and phones 
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F-Secure SAFE 2015 protects desktops, tablets and phones

F-Secure has released F-Secure SAFE 2015, a multi-platform security suite which protects Windows and Mac desktops, and Windows 8, Android and iOS mobile devices.
Apple slaps down Google and police 
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Apple slaps down Google and police

Tim Cook attempts to distance Apple from Google when it comes to protecting users' privacy.
Investigator: Skype hack attack 
FEATURE

Investigator: Skype hack attack

It pays to be vigilant.
Google plays down leak of five million Gmail passwords 
NEWS

Google plays down leak of five million Gmail passwords

Leaked list of Gmail accounts and passwords wasn't a result of an attack on Google, company claims.
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