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Microsoft exec admits to Windows 10 disabling third-party security software
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Microsoft exec admits to Windows 10 disabling third-party security software
The admission from Microsoft comes as Kaspersky Lab is suing the company for antitrust violations.
 
The NSA is sharing projects on GitHub
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The NSA is sharing projects on GitHub
Some of the projects are outdated, but could prove useful to some open source developers.
 
How to: What to do right away if you get hit by ransomware
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How to: What to do right away if you get hit by ransomware
When Wannacry hit a few weeks ago, it showed us just how bad the threat of ransomware is.
Interview: The ESET expert 
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Interview: The ESET expert

Sponsored: We sat down with Nick FitzGerald, Senior Research Fellow at ESET to discuss the current threat landscape
Vault 7: WikiLeaks dumps reveal CIA's use of home router exploits 
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Vault 7: WikiLeaks dumps reveal CIA's use of home router exploits

The latest WikiLeaks dump shows off the CIA's exploitation of vulnerabilities in internet routers.
Round-up: The best antivirus for Android phones 
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Round-up: The best antivirus for Android phones

Android phones need security protection, but which is best for you?
The threats to businesses posed by the deep and dark web 
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The threats to businesses posed by the deep and dark web

Josh Lefkowitz looks at the issue of the dark web for businesses, the dangers it poses and how these dangers can be mitigated.
The ESET advantage 
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The ESET advantage

Sponsored: Stay safe online with confidence.
Kaspersky files antritrust complaint against Microsoft's Windows Defender 
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Kaspersky files antritrust complaint against Microsoft's Windows Defender

The EU complaint follows one filed in Russia by Kaspersky Lab last year.
Easily migrate your web passwords with LassPass to 1Password 
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Easily migrate your web passwords with LassPass to 1Password

EasyBCD developer NeoSmart Technologies has released LastPass to 1Password.
North Korea may not be behind WannaCry 
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North Korea may not be behind WannaCry

Think tank pours doubt on Symantec's findings.
Bitdefender reveals first public beta of Bitdefender Total Security 2018 
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Bitdefender reveals first public beta of Bitdefender Total Security 2018

Bitdefender has announced the availability of Bitdefender Total Security 2018, the first public beta of its next generation security suite.
New mobile banking malware obfuscates its malicious code parts 
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New mobile banking malware obfuscates its malicious code parts

Banking malware targeting mobile users requires little tech know-how to develop and operate, so it stands as an insistent battle for security professionals.
How to: Restore your files after affected by WannaCry ransomware 
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How to: Restore your files after affected by WannaCry ransomware

WannaCry: McAfee outlines recovery technique for when the worst happens.
How to: Remove malware from your computer 
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How to: Remove malware from your computer

Is your PC slowing down? You might have malware installed. Here’s how to get rid of it.
Shadow Brokers threaten release of more NSA hacks to be used against the world 
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Shadow Brokers threaten release of more NSA hacks to be used against the world

The Shadow Brokers are back.
WannaCry not first to exploit NSA EternalBlue, DoublePulsar malware 
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WannaCry not first to exploit NSA EternalBlue, DoublePulsar malware

Turns out that WannaCry's creators were not the first to the table when it comes to exploiting the leaked NSA hacking tools EternalBlue and DoublePulsar.
After ‘WannaCrypt’, should governments stockpile software vulnerabilities? 
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After ‘WannaCrypt’, should governments stockpile software vulnerabilities?

The “WannaCrypt” malware has disrupted vital infrastructure in countries around the world.
US Senate committee examines Kaspersky Lab links to Russian government 
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US Senate committee examines Kaspersky Lab links to Russian government

Reports in ABC News in America claim that the Senate intelligence committee is investigating links between Kaspersky Lab and Russia which could threaten US infrastructure, allegations the company strongly denies.
Bored cyber-security expert's wizard radar page secures the world 
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Bored cyber-security expert's wizard radar page secures the world

Ten years ago, a bored cyber-security expert named Andy Cuff set up a website on his kitchen table. Today, that website has become the go-to place for all the world's biggest security agencies.
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