Without going into the details
Multi-engine scanners are so last century
Defeating a hydra
We’re only human
An anti-virus in extreme conditions
Time bombs in emails
The connecting link
Protect your reputation
Hackers from the cradle
When a computer is toasted
An anti-virus as a formality
A user facing "something"
The many faces of Linux
The threat curve
Welcome, but remote visitors not admitted
Does an anti-virus have rights?
Way too hot
You're working from home? Then they are coming for you
Don't be quick to point an accusing finger
Irreplaceable removable media
Virus ex machine
Help your neighbour
Obviously, apart from the EXE files, the other family members of executable files also need to be attended to. Thank you for the good recommendations, Dr Web. [Niuxin]
Malware files are often disguised as ordinary image, audio, and video files. [Неуёмный Обыватель]
Post bases - they are bases, with all their pros and cons. On the one hand, there is the convenience of storing and accessing letters, and on the other, the existing (always!) Restrictions on the size of mail databases. And then there is (very unfortunate! Or by the way?) Closed structure of most databases (a big minus from the point of view of antivirus and a big plus from the point of view of email security confidentiality). All sorts of different malware did not fail to take advantage of this.
So the mail always needs constant supervision and try not to make a CRM database from mail, especially a corporate one.
And the antivirus will help us! [GREEN]
I use mail both at work and at home Mail.ru I delete all unnecessary emails. [Пaвeл]
Email has become the most common method of infection. This article contains very useful security recommendations. Thanks! [ka_s]
Preventive Protection is the bodyguard of your operating system. Always keep it up and running. [Niuxin]
Use the device manufacturer's official firmware and run a full system scan. It's better not to buy outsourced devices. [Niuxin]
"Adblocking extensions with more than 300,000 active users have been surreptitiously uploading user browsing data and tampering with users’ social media accounts thanks to malware its new owner introduced a few weeks ago, according to technical analyses and posts on Github.
Nano Adblocker and Nano Defender aren’t the only extensions that have been reported to tamper with Instagram accounts. User Agent Switcher, an extension that had more than 100,000 active users until Google removed it earlier this month is reported to have done the same thing."
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