Online Scam 2020 Updates: Phishing, Scareware, and Man-in-the-middle Attacks

Nobody doubts that 2020 is being a turbulent year. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of people have had to stay at home, by their own confinement or even designated by their companies to work from home. Other companies have not been so lucky and had to close, putting their employees out of work in …

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Malwarefox: One of the Easiest Ways to Remove Malware

Computer viruses are rapidly changing and evolving as next-generation malware pieces are produced. Over the last couple years, we have seen an increase in malware volume and sophistication. Hackers are devising new types of malware mechanisms that most common PC users see as single executable records that execute a predefined content conduct. In such situations, …

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Understanding Ransomware and What To Do If you Become a Victim

Ransomware is a type of malicious software that holds your computer hostage until a ransom demand is met. The vice took the IT world by storm in 2013 with the launch of Cryptolocker, malicious program that infected computers and changed the login credentials effectively denying users access their computers. More recent ransomware variants encrypt the …

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System Mechanic Pro

System Mechanic is not new to me. I have had the opportunity and privilege to use their previous version of the software before, and it was great. This new version is even better. You might ask what System Mechanic does, and in just a few words, it is an all in one tool that you …

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Recent Technology News – Android Malware, Blackstone Exits Dell Buyout

Recently, Android users have been thrown into a bit of an Android Malware scare after Lookout  discovered a new piece of malware called ‘BadNews’ in as many as 32 Google Play apps. Although somewhere between 2 million and 9 million Android devices have been estimated to be infected, if you haven’t downloaded any Russian clone …

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No Malware On DragonBlogger.com

If you arrived here on DragonBlogger.com via Google Chrome, you may have been presented with the following error: This started happening yesterday and it is related to Google Safesearch flagging subdomains hosted on Bluehost (the parent company of HostMonster which hosts DragonBlogger.com) having some domains serving malware. If you dig further by clicking on the …

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