BadUSB proves that USB firmware can be reverse engineered to act as malware. The best defense? Just say no the next time someone wants to share unprotected.
Advanced+ Real World Protection: More proof that Emsisoft Anti-Malware provides the highest possible level of anti-malware performance.
Sound serious? Depends on how camera-shy your kitty is. A new study compiles 15 mil. social media cat images to create an online map of the world’s felines.
Alert: Android users running Android 2.1-4.4 may be vulnerable to a critical bug called Fake ID, a coding flaw that does not verify digital certificate chains.
Emsisoft Anti-Malware has received an Advanced+ rating in AV-Comparatives’ latest Proactive Test. This is the highest rank a participating anti-malware can receive!
Want to use Facebook to mine cryptocurrency with your botnet? Think twice: they’ll hunt you down, pinpoint your location, and call the Greek Police.
“Oh, so they’re selling more sandwiches than us? Let’s see what happens when we hack their Google Maps listing…” Sound half-baked? Google Maps hacks are happening – small businesses, beware.
Is malware still malware if it’s used to track down criminals? How about when it’s used by governmental agencies to monitor citizens’ computers and keep an eye on political dissent?