Scammers, profiteers, and shady sites? It must be tax season

With tax season around the corner, an aggressive campaign caught our attention and we decided to investigate.

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Black Friday 2020: How to shop safely online

With the promise of a mostly online Black Friday 2020, we offer up some tips for keeping yourself safe over the upcoming sales frenzy.

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TLS 1.3 is nearly here

TLS 1.3 is nearly upon us, and with it comes a more secure way to do business online. We look at some of the changes coming into force soon.

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BleepingComputer Defends Freedom of Speech

A software development company, Enigma Software Group, is suing Bleeping Computer because of a negative review posted on the site about their product.

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Fake Online Avast Scanner

We take a look at a fake online scanner pretending to be from Avast, but in reality it drops an info-stealing Trojan.

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When Trolls Come in a Three-Piece Suit

We looked into trolling and how trolls have evolved these past few years, rising above mischief to doing it for a living and a cause. Despite this unsettling change, the appropriate response to trolls stands: do not feed them.

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Fraud Can Happen Anytime, Anywhere, and to Anyone

National Consumer Fraud Week runs from May 18-24 this year. As the campaign’s conclusion nears, the challenge to get smarter with our online data will no doubt remain for quite a while still.

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Malwarebytes joins the Online Trust Alliance

Malwarebytes is joining up with the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) as part of their Advisory Council to help make the internet a safer place and to protect users’ online security, privacy and identity.

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Logging In and Captcha

What is CAPTCHA and how does it work to keep your accounts more secured.

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10 tips to maintain an online presence in a privacy-hostile world

Our last entry for the 100 cities in 100 days security campaign, how to keep your privacy while online.

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