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5 scam types you should beware of in 2017

What scams should we expect in 2017 When it comes to scheming and virtual felonies, computer aces empower all resources of imagination to entrap users in their predetermined scenarios. More
General News   2017-01-04

Android user? Beware of the Super Mario Run imposter!

Super Mario Run has achieved a great success after being released on App Store last December. This iOS app from Nintendo has been downloaded over 40 million times just within a few days after its release and currently stands first in the Free Apps category . More
General News   2017-01-03

The little secret from Microsoft is revealed, and it’s called Green Screen of Death

Will Blue Screen of Death be replaced with green system crash screen? More
General News   2017-01-02

The best ransomware removal tools of 2017

2016 definitely deserves a title as the year of ransomware. More
Anti-spyware software News   2016-12-29

Christmas present from Mozilla Firefox: support for Windows XP and Vista extended

Representatives of Mozilla Firefox have just announced that they are extending the support for Windows XP and Vista operating systems . More
General News   2016-12-28

Bitcoin holders under siege as cryptocurrency value increases

This holiday season has been especially successful for the Bitcoin holders as the price of this cryptocurrency has drastically sprung up . More
General News   2016-12-28

The updated Cerber virus opens a door for data recovery, primarily targets Office documents

Cerber ransomware has been rapidly evolving and attacking computer users in numerous different ways over the last year. More
News Viruses and parasites   2016-12-23

New anti-ransomware tool: RansomFree stops malware processes when encryption attempts are detected

Cybersecurity company called Cybereason recently released a revolutionary tool RansomFree, which can protect computers from ransomware attacks. More
News Security   2016-12-22

The best malware removal software of 2017

What are the best malware removal programs of 2017? Researches show that cyber crime is a rapidly growing and ever-changing area of crime, which is definitely a major concern today. More
News Tutorials   2016-12-21

The most dangerous viruses of 2016

2016 is coming to an end, and the 2-Spyware team is ready to overview the most dangerous viruses that emerged this year. More
News Viruses and parasites   2016-12-20

2-Spyware helps people stay safe online: How can you contribute?

Since 2004, the 2-Spyware project has been growing and our team has been working towards one purpose - to help people know more about spyware and malware and also teach how to remove critical programs from smart devices. More
News Security   2016-12-19

Massive Yahoo data breach: Hackers stole information from 1 billion accounts

It seems that Yahoo reputation collapses like a house of cards - apparently, previous Yahoo data breach that came to the surface on September 22, 2016, affected over 500 million accounts, but the company managed to beat its own record. More
News Security   2016-12-16

Bad news for Mac OS users: 5-year-old Skype backdoor detected

IT specialists have found a significant vulnerability in another globally used application – Skype. More
News Security   2016-12-15

New Cerber distribution strategy makes the victims clutch their wallets

The Black Friday quickly swept by, but the online shoppers are still actively stacking up goods for the upcoming holidays. More
General News   2016-12-14

Scammer’s dream: researcher finds vulnerabilities in Microsoft Edge browser

Online security and software’s resistance to hacking has always been one of the main priorities to the software’s developers. More
General News   2016-12-13
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