About miners that feather their nests with others’ resources
About targeted attacks and where they occur
Why should I restart my computer after I install updates?
How to configure Dr.Web Parental Control on a computer
Smart device safety: How to protect your Smart TV
Where online security starts for a child
Know your enemy: Advertising ghost trojans on Android
Total recall: How not to lose a strong password
"Not for your sake, but for the sake of your data": What happens when popular social networks collect your data
From OS to router: Why updates are important
About the flexible features of our subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus
Email: An eternal tool, eternal threats
A 29-year look back: Dr.Web’s main achievements
Are cloud storages safe?
Filter Internet access with the help of Dr.Web Security Space (for Android)
Don't believe them, don't be afraid, and protect yourselves
macOS security: past experience for today’s success
Playing hide and seek in the sandbox: Dr.Web vxCube’s capabilities
Email addresses and addressees
Spam with an optical sight
Europe vs. hackers: Will law and order work?
Just don’t tell Bill Gates
About malicious scripts: How they work, why they are dangerous and how to avoid them
The hidden fraud of expensive apps
On the frontline: Doctor Web’s security researchers at work
I agree that you should always restart your PC after important update, but still, it can be annoying because many employees in company cannot do it immediately after program asks for restart and in most cases they do not know why it asks for restart and they call system administrator immediately. :) [Dr.Sandro]
I'm using Dr.Web Parental control every day and I can say it's amazing. Especially for blocking access for folders and read-only. What I would like to see in a new version is:
1.CHILD LOCATOR - See where your kids go on a map & set a safe area for them to stay in
2.REAL-TIME ALERTS - Get alert if kids try to access bad sites & apps, leave safe area & more
3.YOUTUBE SEARCH HISTORY - Discover your kids’ interests by viewing their YouTube searches
4.SCREEN TIME SCHEDULING - Set up exact time periods when screen time should be limited by device
7.FileVault disk encryption [Dr.Sandro]
Very useful article! Thank you for the tips! Long live Dr.Web, best product ever made! [Dr.Sandro]
Very useful information! Most of the ransomware attack start from email when employees do not pay attention and BOOM. [Dr.Sandro]
Dr.Web Antivirus is the best product on the market you can find! It protects most importantly your privacy, apps, files and you are virus free forever! [Dr.Sandro]
The subscription is, of course, good, but the license is more familiar :) [GREEN]
MAIL was, is, and (I hope!) Will (or at least remain?) A reliable and safe means of communication.
I got used to the mail somehow ...
The issue is very useful, it will not hurt anyone to repeat the rules of information security. [GREEN]
"April 22 ..."
"Leader of the world revolution"
1. Choose one of the large, respected companies.
2. Encrypt the data before uploading it to a storage provider's server.
3. Always access your cloud drive over a secure connection.
4. Never use the same credentials with multiple accounts.
5. Make use of two-factor authentication.
6. Use an antivirus to protect your devices. [Niuxin]
What can be avoided -- should be avoided. Including Citrix if they are vulnerable. [Niuxin]
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