SEO title preview:The Best Antivirus for iPhone

Although it’s less likely that your iPhone will become infected with malware than a PC would, it still happens, and so installing an antivirus app or software on your iPhone can help to keep your device secure. Whether it’s annoying ads, malicious websites, or web trackers, installing antivirus on your iPhone can give you a… Read More

SEO title preview:The Best Antivirus for Chromebook

Although it’s less likely that your Chromebook will become infected with malware than a PC would, it could happen, and so installing an antivirus app, extension, or software on your Chromebook can help to keep your device secure. Whether it’s annoying ads, malicious websites, or web trackers, installing antivirus on your Chromebook can give you… Read More

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This article is written by Andrew Paulette, Marvin Marin, Mesay Degefu, and Colby Proffitt, with contributions by Donnie Corliss. The original post was published on the NetCentrics Blog. 1.) “Perverse” malware infecting hundreds of Macs remained undetected for years (July 27, 2017) https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/07/perverse-malware-infecting-hundreds-of-macs-remained-undetected-for-years/ Summary: A mysterious piece of malware that gives attackers surreptitious control over webcams, keyboards, and other… Read More

Online privacy is a growing concern for Americans. Whether it is congress’ decision to revoke FCC Privacy Protections or Facebook’s ever-changing privacy settings, online privacy has forced its way into public discourse. To really get an insight into public sentiment on the state of online privacy we decided to run a survey which asked the… Read More