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The Anti-virus Times
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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

25.05.2016

A fish rots from the head down, and a smartphone from the root

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

24.05.2016

Enable it right now!

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Anti-virus fallacies

23.05.2016

No Robin Hoods here

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Behind bars

20.05.2016

It’s dangerous to be a hacker!

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Banknote thieves

19.05.2016

Struck with fear

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Encrypt everything

18.05.2016

I’ve lost everything! What can I do?

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Encrypt everything

17.05.2016

Is it possible to protect a system from encryption ransomware?

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Vulnerable

16.05.2016

Parsing for understanding

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Vulnerable

13.05.2016

Unprecedented generosity

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Vulnerable

12.05.2016

Danger in the library

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Vulnerable

11.05.2016

Money maker

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Android territory

10.05.2016

Very vulnerable

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Android territory

29.04.2016

Never trust, always verify!

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Vulnerable

28.04.2016

Loopholes in virtual worlds cause actual problems

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Terminology

27.04.2016

Knights of knife

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The price tag

26.04.2016

Drinkman's earnings: 35 years in prison

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Persona (non) grata

25.04.2016

Ransom – to pay or not to pay? That is the question!

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They were the first

22.04.2016

The Dr.Web era begins

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They were the first

21.04.2016

An anti-virus created overnight!

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They were the first

20.04.2016

The new meaning of the word “virus”

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Behind bars

19.04.2016

Adult sentence for schoolboy found guilty of propagandising terrorism on the Internet

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Vulnerable

18.04.2016

Not every Phoenix will arise anew…

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Unexpected guests

14.04.2016

Everybody makes mistakes

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19.05

Lattelecom makes Dr.Web Anti-virus service available to users in three countries

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web announces the deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet security service by the Baltics’ leading telecom operator and IT provider—Lattelecom. Now that company's business customers who use virtual resources and cloud solutions can subscribe to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service, making it possible for many companies in three countries to enjoy reliable computer network information security.

12.05

Banking Trojan infected dozens of Android apps worldwide

Today, hundreds of different banking Trojans attack Android users, and one of them is Android.SmsSpy.88.origin, which Doctor Web specialists first spotted in 2014. Although this malware may seem outdated, its popularity rating is still high: attackers have made the Trojan even more dangerous and capable of performing ransomware functions. Banking Trojans for Android mobile devices are considered to be one of the most dangerous threats for those who use mobile banking software because they run the risk to get robbed by cybercriminals. In this article, we are going to focus on the results of the Trojan’s improvement.

06.05

New backdoor attacks Windows users

Backdoors are typically designed to execute cybercriminals’ commands on the infected machine. As a rule, they are used to gain a remote access to the user’s private information. Recently, Doctor Web security researchers have discovered yet another representative belonging to the mentioned category—BackDoor.Apper.1.

Dr.Web AV-Desk

19.05

Lattelecom makes Dr.Web Anti-virus service available to users in three countries

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web announces the deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet security service by the Baltics’ leading telecom operator and IT provider—Lattelecom. Now that company's business customers who use virtual resources and cloud solutions can subscribe to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service, making it possible for many companies in three countries to enjoy reliable computer network information security.

30.12

Dr.Web Anti-virus as a service comes to South Asia

Doctor Web is pleased to announce the first deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service in South Asia— in South Asia. Now in Sri Lanka. Lanka Bell will provide the service—a leading corporate that provides a wide range of telecommunication services to residential and business customers throughout the country.

02.11

Subscription Control Center in Dr.Web AV-Desk updated to version 10.0.01

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Subscription Control Center (SCC) for its Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service to version 10.0.01. The update delivers new features and resolves known issues.

Viruses

12.05

Banking Trojan infected dozens of Android apps worldwide

Today, hundreds of different banking Trojans attack Android users, and one of them is Android.SmsSpy.88.origin, which Doctor Web specialists first spotted in 2014. Although this malware may seem outdated, its popularity rating is still high: attackers have made the Trojan even more dangerous and capable of performing ransomware functions. Banking Trojans for Android mobile devices are considered to be one of the most dangerous threats for those who use mobile banking software because they run the risk to get robbed by cybercriminals. In this article, we are going to focus on the results of the Trojan’s improvement.

06.05

New backdoor attacks Windows users

Backdoors are typically designed to execute cybercriminals’ commands on the infected machine. As a rule, they are used to gain a remote access to the user’s private information. Recently, Doctor Web security researchers have discovered yet another representative belonging to the mentioned category—BackDoor.Apper.1.

29.04

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