Encryption backdoors and how they affect you

Encryption is the process of encoding and decoding messages so that only authorised people can view the contents of the message. Computers today have allowed the use of much more

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F-Secure SAFE – The upper hand on ransomware

Ransomware has disrupted many online users in the past few years. Finally, there is a way to avoid these malicious attacks with F-Secure’s SAFE. Its advanced behaviour protection, known as

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Have you heard of EternalBlue?

    An amazing revelation has been uncovered. All hackers, crypto-miners and Ransomware affiliates alike, have one thing in common. Though their methods and end-goals may vary, they have all

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What is an Evil Maid attack?

What is an Evil Maid attack?   An evil maid attack is a security exploit that is characterised by the attacker’s ability to physically access a computing device that has

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3 Reasons why F-Secure’s FREEDOME is better than the rest 

3 Reasons why F-Secure’s FREEDOME is better than the rest  A VPN or Virtual Private Network is a method used to add security and privacy to private and public networks,

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3 Main warning signs of a hacked WordPress site 

3 Main warning signs of a hacked WordPress site  Hacking is now a major concern for all website owners with good reason. Securing your WordPress website should be a priority

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What is Cyber Risk Insurance (CRI)? 

What is Cyber Risk Insurance (CRI)?    With the way organisations conduct business and reach out to prospective customers today, internet security has become imperative. Technology, social media and online

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The latest threat in the online landscape – PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Applications) 

  PUA is a term used to describe an application that, while not malicious, is generally considered unsuitable for business networks. Free software always comes with a catch. Examples of

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Everything you need to know about “Krack Attacks”

Everything you need to know about “Krack Attacks” A major new security flaw has been discovered and it affects practically everyone that uses wi-fi. It’s called Krack, short for Key

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F-Secure RADAR in a nutshell 

F-Secure RADAR in a nutshell    On 12 April 2017, F-Secure officially launched the F-Secure RADAR advanced security scanner in Malaysia. F-Secure RADAR treats ransomware as regular malware and tries to stop it

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