Posts Tagged ‘Anti-Malwares’

Bitdefender Internet Security 2014 Review

It is imperative for the PCs and laptops that are connected to the internet for long hours, to have a comprehensive internet security suite that can provide reliable security against spyware, malware, viruses, phishing and hacker threats. Bitdefender Antivirus is a company that has been a pioneer and a leader in providing a family of [...]

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A Malware-Free Business Network – 5 Tips to Prevent Infection

When people hear the word malware they generally associate it with viruses. However, malware is actually a generic term that can mean many different things. To make the situation murkier, because many people equate malware with viruses, they often mistakenly believe that the way to protect against infection is to simply deploy an anti-virus solution. [...]

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Sophos Release Free Tool For Cleaning Windows Systems

Today Sophos anounced the release of a new free utility that are designed to remove malwares and clean infected machines, many antiviruses fail to discover or identify infected computers , so you need to have several AV solutions to be sure that no malware is running on the system. Actually this tool is not complete [...]

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Comodo Cleaning Essentials Set of Tools for Cleaning Operating Systems

Comodo have been well known for the quality of security product they are providing, especially firewalls and host based intrusion prevention system. I started to use comodo pc firewall when it made it freely for home users, step by step they created their antivirus solution but at first it was not a very good one according [...]

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Twitter Takes on Security

Nearly every Twitter user out there– whether you’re an individual using it to connect with friends or a business trying to network with colleagues or market your company – has probably encountered some form of the prolific Twitter spam that has infiltrated followers, tweets, and direct messages every day. The website has been exposed time [...]

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Rootkit Hunter Open-source Tool for Countering Rootkits

Rootkit Hunter is a Unix-based tool that scans for rootkits, backdoors and possible local exploits. This tool works by using the following technique: Comparing the MD5 hash with a known MD5 algorithm so it scans the most important files.  Default files:  scanning a lot of ‘default’ files and directories (used by rootkits).so no much time [...]

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Independent Antivirus Testing Resources

The usual way for attacking any operating system is malwares or human error, but if you are using windows based system you are at higher risk than other operating system, that’s why using windows with the default configuration means that you are hacked. You have to be prepared for attacks, and you have to know [...]

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