The new Mcafee logo.

Global security software company Intel Security has gone back to its original title as McAfee as part of a larger rebrand. Originally founded back in 1987, McAfee took its name from its founder and former software tycoon John McAfee. However, McAfee’s scandalous personal life resulted in the company being renamed Intel Security in 2014. view full post »Read More →

Pyotr Levashov seated wearing blue shirt.

US Justice Department is working to dismantle the Kelihos botnet, a global computer network of tens of thousands of infected computers that sent millions of spam emails, harvested users’ login credentials and installed various malicious software every year. The Russian computer programmer allegedly in control of the massive botnet, Pyotr Levashov, was arrested in Spain over the weekend. view full post »Read More →

Brazilian boy disappeared left a paiting in his room.

The young Bruno de Melo Silva Borges, 24, has been missing since last Monday (April 27 2017). Bruno was last seen during a family lunch, in the city of Rio Branco, in Acre. The case took over the internet: upon entering the young man’s room, the family found the walls filled with messages, Gnostic symbols, a statue of the philosopher Giordano Bruno, which was estimated at $ 7,000 and 14 books encrypted written by the young man himself by hand. view full post »Read More →

Russian hackers charged with Yahoo hack.

Two agents of the Russia’s Federal Security Service, known as the F.S.B., and two Russian citizens were charged by Federal prosecutors on Wednesday for their roles in a conspiracy that led to the 2014 theft of 500 million Yahoo accounts, one of the largest known data breaches. The other two defendants are also RUssian but one is Canadian and Kazakh national and a resident of Canada. view full post »Read More →

Video Sophos acquisition of Invincea.

Machine learning (ML) technology has become one of the most important technologies in modern cybersecurity. It allows the device to analyze patterns and learn, predicting behaviours that code take at infected machines. Invincea’s technology of next-generation malware protection is designed to detect and prevent unknown malware and sophisticated attacks via patented deep learning neural-network algorithms. It has been ranked as among the best performing machine learning, signature-less next-generation endpoint technologies in third-party testing and rated highly both for high detection and low false-positive rates. view full post »Read More →

You don’t have to pay to get antivirus protection for your PCs and even Macs or phones, and it’s totally ok to go for a free product. The very best free antivirus tools are more effective than a lot of the paid competition. We’ve evaluated more than a dozen free antivirus tools to help you make the choice. Top-quality protection for your PC doesn’t have to cost a penny. Many of the biggest developers of premium security software also offer free antivirus software that offers excellent protection. view full post »Read More →

When evaluating an antivirus or endpoint security product its very important to look at their support infrastructure in the country that you live. If there’s no direct phone number, with local staff that speak in your language and you can understand them, it’s a sign of a brand that is not ready to give a good service in your country. Today, with the advent of ransomware, some brands are even ready to assist you with removing these virus and virtual plagues. view full post »Read More →