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The recent product launches put the Chinese search giant in direct competition with Qihoo 360, which currently dominates the free computer maintenance and antivirus software market in China.
The PC maker boasts that these new product will cut the cost of VDI in half, adding that the portfolio includes the first dual-core and quad-core thin clients to offer virus immune endpoint solutions for enterprise customers.
Westpac has dumped PC Tools as the antivirus product to protect its customers, picking up one of BitDefender's products instead.
Online con artists are targeting PC users worldwide in a brazen scam. It starts with a phone call from a "tech support specialist" who warns that your computer is infected with a virus. To fix things, all you have to do is give the caller remote access to your PC. Here's what happens next.
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Want to avoid being attacked by viruses and other malware? Two recent studies reveal the secret: regular patching. A fully patched system with a firewall enabled offers almost complete protection against drive-by attacks and outside intruders.
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Anti-virus software is increasingly irrelevant in the post-PC era. But the need for management and security rises, especially for businesses.
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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has announced that it is ramping up its fight against telemarketers who try to convince customers that their computers are infected by viruses and then charge a fee for removal.
Do you need antivirus software on your PC? If you're not sure of the answer to that question, then the short answer is yes. The longer answer is that security software is only one piece of what should be a simple, straightforward, and systematic approach to your PC's health. Here's my seven-step program.
I've lost count of the number of times I've come across an 'expert' telling some poor soul who's had their PC trashed by malware that it was all their fault and that the problem could have been easily prevented by installing an antivirus package, and keeping that package up-to-date.If only life were that simple ...
Microsoft will make its Security Essentials PC security pack, which costs nothing to consumers, free of charge to small businesses as well.The package, which is the successor to the ill-fated OneCare suite, includes antivirus and anti-adware software and was launched in 2009.
With news of more than 10-billion internet capable non-PC devices already online and suggestions that this number could double by 2014 my thoughts wandered to the security of my new best friend; my HTC Desire.According to the report published on ZDNet Asia, our TVs, digital photo frames, Blu-ray players and PVRs are now all potentially at risk, defenceless without the anti-virus protection afforded to PC users worldwide.
McAfee.com's automated remote update anti-virus service trashed my PC yesterday. Today the company's reputation is getting trashed by its failure to handle the after-effects of a nightmare that should never have happened in the first place.
With Windows 7 making buzz round the corner the security and protection have been started to get consolidated for pc running windows 7 operating systems. After all this time it seems that Microsoft has finally come out with their own malware and virus protection software.
Vista Antivirus Pro 2010 is the renamed version of XP antivirus Pro 2010 which is specially designed to attack on computers with Windows Vista platform. When this malware attacks on PC, we start seeing various pop-ups and alerts showing a message ‘your PC is infected and hackers try to attack the PC’.
Antivirus software is supposed to protect you from having your PC trashed, but one dodgy update is all it takes to put your PC out of actions.
The CDC has put out an alert on the hoax, on a continuing blog called hoaxes_rumors.
Virus hunters are raising the alarm for a large-scale spam attack that uses fake Facebook password-reset messages to trick PC users into downloading a dangerous piece of malware.
PC Tools on Wednesday released iAntiVirus, that offers both real-time and scanning protection, the company said. The software is offered as a free download and $29 for an individual license.
With the time frame for an exploit to become an inseparable part of a web malware exploitation kit shrinking, and with the average Internet user's over-confidence in an antivirus scanner's ability to detect and block exploits (Secunia: popular security suites failing to block exploits) it shouldn't come as a surprise that Secunia's recently released WorldMap shows a relatively high rate for insecure programs found on a single PC.
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