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Readers of The Anti-virus Times determine how useful the information provided in each issue is. The rating factors in the number of social media links to the issue and how many people liked it.

Date Topic Comments Shared Rating
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09.11.2016 Searching for ethics in security research 14 16 42
11.11.2016 How will you pay? 14 16 42
14.11.2016 Collecting mail garbage is a tough job! 14 16 42
17.11.2016 Every 100th mobile phone 14 16 42
23.11.2016 I didn't do anything—I just signed in! 14 16 42
05.12.2016 Search, find, and get infected 14 16 42
07.12.2016 Everythinig’s in shambles! 14 16 42
08.12.2016 The steadfastness of tin soldiers 14 16 42
01.02.2017 Always keep your anti-virus first aid kit close at hand 14 17 42
10.02.2017 Ten security commandments for company accountants 13 17 42
17.03.2017 False errors 14 17 42
24.03.2017 Every bit counts 12 17 42
13.04.2016 Forbidden repost: A word spoken is past recalling, especially if it was said by someone else! 13 17 43
25.04.2016 Ransom – to pay or not to pay? That is the question! 13 18 43
23.05.2016 No Robin Hoods here 13 16 43
13.10.2016 Passwords: A secret for the whole world 14 16 43
18.10.2016 Problems we should be vocal about 15 16 43
20.10.2016 Stop stepping on a rake! 14 16 43
21.10.2016 Anti-virus + Windows: An unbeatable combination against encryption ransomware 14 16 43
24.10.2016 Outcasts 18 16 43
25.10.2016 Hyped-up threats 13 16 43
26.10.2016 Tricks with files 15 16 43
27.10.2016 Find out where they put what's yours before they're out the door! 14 16 43
28.10.2016 Forbidden fruit 14 16 43
07.11.2016 When a presentation does more harm than good 14 17 43
15.11.2016 Just in case: System recovery in Windows 14 16 43
16.11.2016 Cyber evil tracks you by your fingerprints! 14 17 43
21.11.2016 Flimsy security 14 16 43
24.11.2016 Recorded, controlled, secure 14 16 43
25.11.2016 Artificial idiot 14 16 43
28.11.2016 Let your anti-virus supervise all operations 14 16 43
30.11.2016 Your card is not as secure as you may think 14 16 43
01.12.2016 A mailbox is a box, not a safe 14 17 43
06.12.2016 A clever trick 14 16 43
13.02.2017 Evil is secure 15 17 43
15.02.2017 Getting Dr.Web Anti-theft ready for your hour of need 13 17 43
17.02.2017 By hook or by crook? 15 17 43
23.02.2017 A Russian nesting doll for criminals 14 18 43
22.04.2016 The Dr.Web era begins 13 16 44
14.10.2016 Share anti-virus software, not malware 15 17 44
19.10.2016 A suspect isn't necessarily guilty! 14 17 44
31.10.2016 Left, right, march 15 17 44
02.11.2016 Mobile botnets 14 16 44
03.11.2016 Olé, Olé, Olé! 15 17 44
14.02.2017 Not for personal gain… 14 19 44
12.04.2016 You are responsible for the content you repost 14 17 45
08.04.2016 Forbidden repost: How someone else's problems can become yours 14 18 46
11.04.2016 Let's play! 14 18 46
17.10.2016 No program is perfect 14 19 46
07.04.2016 22 years on the Internet 14 22 56