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The price tag

15.04.2021

Don't believe them, don't be afraid, and protect yourselves

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They were the first

13.04.2021

macOS security: past experience for today’s success

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The workshop

09.04.2021

Playing hide and seek in the sandbox: Dr.Web vxCube’s capabilities

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Just email

08.04.2021

Email addresses and addressees

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In the crosshairs

02.04.2021

Spam with an optical sight

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Food for thought

29.03.2021

Europe vs. hackers: Will law and order work?

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Unexpected guests

26.03.2021

Just don’t tell Bill Gates

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Terminology

16.03.2021

About malicious scripts: How they work, why they are dangerous and how to avoid them

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Con artists

09.03.2021

The hidden fraud of expensive apps

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The workshop

03.03.2021

On the frontline: Doctor Web’s security researchers at work

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Unexpected guests

02.03.2021

The power to sign—who can you trust?

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Terminology

26.02.2021

About VPN services and anonymity on the Web

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Food for thought

08.02.2021

Can users influence the giants of the IT industry?

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Spies are everywhere

04.02.2021

A hacking or an open door?

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Unexpected guests

02.02.2021

A surprise-laden delivery

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Food for thought

27.01.2021

About the sale of user data to third parties

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Configure it!

25.01.2021

How to get to a website when your anti-virus thinks it's dangerous, and you don't

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Persona (non) grata

22.01.2021

Global IT companies intend to create a "Health Wallet" app

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Food for thought

20.01.2021

Messages from messengers

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Unexpected guests

18.01.2021

Who’s hiding in there?

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Food for thought

14.01.2021

Farewell, Flash Player!

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The workshop

24.12.2020

Big Sur, kexts, and all the rest

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Look out for your things!

22.12.2020

Undercover criminal: About the dangers of charging devices in public places

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Just email

17.12.2020

Email: Protection against hijacking

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The workshop

16.12.2020

Is it a virus or a bug?

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Issue comments

15.04

macOS security: past experience for today’s success

The more popular computers are, the more vulnerable they seem. [Niuxin]

15.04

Playing hide and seek in the sandbox: Dr.Web vxCube’s capabilities

It's interesting to learn about Dr.Web vxCube as long as it is free. [Niuxin]

15.04

Email addresses and addressees

"In June 2020, the attackers began using a new domain name—sports[.]manhajnews[.]com."
"The email text clearly indicated that the author is not a native Russian speaker."

"The country of origin for an email is defined by the IP address of the sender and not by any characteristics specified in the message."

"Our anti-spam feature prevents users from receiving emails in Asian languages" [Niuxin]

15.04

Spam with an optical sight

Not supposedly from NSA? Was the news supposedly reliable? [Niuxin]

15.04

Just don’t tell Bill Gates

There's no need for panic if you do not use cracks. [Niuxin]

09.04

Playing hide and seek in the sandbox: Dr.Web vxCube’s capabilities

The Dr.Web vxCube service is good, no doubt, but ... you need to pay for everything good ... (well, of course, of course, how can you do without it ...) pay!
And only cheese is free in places known to all ... [GREEN]

08.04

Email addresses and addressees

"But there are still some features that are free! The restrictions we listed are, in most cases, configured on the mail server and are set by network administrators. You can also configure restrictions in our solutions for UNIX mail servers ..."
Not bad recommendations, but for a huge number of small (almost complete absence of both mail servers and sysadmins) and most of the medium-sized companies (which, as a rule, have both) this is hardly applicable, since this requires desire manuals and tough admin. measures, and not everyday slovenliness and indifference ("well, this will never happen to us").
That's when the roasted rooster bites, then ... (laugh?). [GREEN]

07.04

Spam with an optical sight

MAIL - it is like that, it is mysterious. You wait for a letter, you wait, but it's still not there and not (although who is writing letters now, maybe only the Federal Tax Service or the traffic police?). Moreover, electronic. there is also SPAM in the load, and to it (lately !?) and viruses to boot :)
And I would be glad to refuse, but there is nowhere to go! All third-party communication goes, as a rule, via e-mail ...

So it turns out:
“If you bite off on one side, you will grow up, on the other, you will decrease ... On the one side of what? And on the other side of what ?! " [GREEN]

27.03

Just don’t tell Bill Gates

Windows 10 is spyware it restricts the users ability to control their own computer system. Games you buy do not belong to you they belong to Steam. Day by day they are restricting your very freedoms large corporations want to control you want to control your everyday life. The established media news is propaganda fake news.

Your Internet providers are tracking every move you make on the Internet on behalf of government entities. You do not even own your own computer system Intel ( ME ). Antivirus products know more about you than your own family do.

The corporations are constantly telling you what you can and cannot do. If your antivirus product wishes to restrict what you do then they are no longer working to protect you they are in the pocket of the large corporations.

It is not the business of antivirus products, to be telling the users what they can and cannot do they the users are the paying customers. If you want to go and work for Microsoft then do so and get out of the antivirus business. Antivirus products are not should not be there to police you the user. They should do what they are paid to do. Nobody is going to pay to have a snooping policeman going under the name of an antivirus product..

If everybody did as they were told then antivirus products would quickly go out of business.

Use a separate computer for so-called piracy software and that computer should not have any Internet connection ever. This should be used for nothing other than for that software.
It should be always considered a contaminated computer system. The software should be transferred over to that contaminated computer by either DVD or a "ShareCentre."

EXE com scripts cannot contaminate a computer unless they are run on that computer. One-way traffic on a "ShareCentre" is very easy to do.
Root kits worms and so on need to be able to see the clean computer to contaminate it.

Remember piracy is illegal the same as freedom of expression.

I come from the U.K. part of the Five Eyes, where every citizen is spied on. Where you can be arrested for wrong speech. [Philip]

16.03

About malicious scripts: How they work, why they are dangerous and how to avoid them

Dr. Web Security Space reliably protects against such scripts. [Пaвeл]

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