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Guardio Review

Guardio is a preemptive security measure that provides real-time protection against malicious activity in every website, social account, and cloud service you may use. Guardio checks every site or links...

What do SSL certificates actually do?

You have probably heard about SSL certificates, encryption, and HTTPS before. After all, they play a vital role in web security. But what exactly do SSL certificates actually do? When you visit a...

Hackers use KeyRaider malware to hack 225,000 iPhones

If you have a jailbroken iPhone you might be regretting it by now. Recently, Apple iPhone accounts have become compromised by new malware called "KeyRaider" that only targets jailbroken iPhones and security company Palo Alto Networks are calling the attack "the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware."

Google removes 192 deceptive Chrome extensions

Google has removed 192 deceptive Chrome extensions that affected 14 million users with unwanted pop-up ads. Many Chrome extensions, including iLivid NewTab and others have now been removed from Google Chrome's repository due to receiving over 100,000 complaints.

Reports raise the possibility of ‘medical zero day’ attacks

According to a new study by the Atlantic Council, the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, and Intel Security medical zero day might just be a possibility in the future. The study claims that malicious actors could soon have the same in the health care industry as they do elsewhere. The medical zero day report also says that "we could soon see a booming market in medical zero-day exploits, a security hole known to the attackers and for which there is no defense.”

New Router Malware Injects Google Analytics With Porn Ads

A new variant of malware that affects internet routers and Google Analytics has been discovered. The new router malware is designed to inject questionable ads and pornography into the websites you visit. The new malware modifies the affected router’s DNS settings in order to target and intercept Google Analytics codes and replace them with new malicious code.

Malware Is Targeting Gamers And Popular Video Games

CryptoLocker ransomware has been targeting and causing havoc on computers since 2013, but now the infamous ransomware is back and it has its aim set on those who play video games. The new malware, an encryption virus, targets many popular video games games including Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, League of Legends and Minecraft.