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Fired Texan system administrator destroys company servers

Fired system administrator may face as long as ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine for sabotaging the servers and accounts of his former employer. In September 2016, 41 year old...
FireEye research unveils malware-less e-mail attacks going mainstream

FireEye research unveils malware-less e-mail attacks going mainstream

There're hundreds of examples of malware on the Internet. Some of it is able to go undetected by security software, but most of it is identified and prevented from entering the...
Freelance platforms under attack from malware developers

Freelance platforms under attack from malware developers

Home computers can be used not only for hobbies and entertainment - it's also possible to make money with them. However, as with pretty much all the other fields, con artists...
Fancy Bear is at it again, unleashes new threat that attacks PC firmware

Fancy Bear is at it again, unleashes new threat that attacks PC firmware

Not that long ago, cyberwarfare seemed like something straight out of Hollywood movies - non-threatening, futuristic and, most importantly, distant. Even if somehow became possible, it wasn't supposed to happen for...
New XBash malware is ransomware, cryptocurrency miner, botnet and worm all in one

New XBash malware is ransomware, cryptocurrency miner, botnet and worm all in one

There was a time when Linux was touted as an OS that was invulnerable to any malware attack. Well, at one point it changed and the threats designed to target it...

Microsoft Releases New Windows XP Security Updates For More NSA Hacking Exploits

Last month Microsoft issued an unusual patch for Windows XP to help prevent further spreading of the WannaCry ransomware. At least 120,000 computers in more than 100 countries were affected by...
Google Chrome Extensions

Google introduces new rules for Chrome extensions developers

Google has announced plans to further thighten security rules for Chrome browser extensions by banning those ones that contain “obfuscated” source code as a measure to combat crypto-mining malware and hijackers....

Reset Browsers Settings

Google Chrome Settings Advanced Reset

Reset Google Chrome

You should restore your Google Chrome browser to default settings in order to get rid of browser redirects, pop up ads, fake error alerts...
Reset Settings Mozilla Firefox

Reset Mozilla Firefox

You should restore your Mozilla Firefox browser to default settings in order to get rid of browser redirects, pop up ads, fake error alerts and other...
Reset Settings Internet Explorer

Reset Internet Explorer

You should restore your Internet Explorer browser to default settings in order to get rid of browser redirects, pop up ads, fake error alerts and other...
Reset Settings Microsoft Edge

Reset Microsoft Edge

You should restore your Microsoft Edge browser to default settings in order to get rid of browser redirects, pop up ads, fake error alerts and...
Reset Opera Settings

Reset Opera Browser

Unfortunately, there is no special option provided in Opera settings in order to restore this browser to its default settings. However, it’s quite easy...

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