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Beware of Fake Zoom Installers that Infects Your PC with WebMonitor RAT

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The coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdowns have led to a rise in remote working, meaning more people are using video-conferencing tools such as Zoom to communicate with colleagues, as well as socialise with friends. But the need to work from home is something cyber criminals are attempting to take advantage...Read More

How to Save WhatsApp Status Without Taking Screenshots

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WhatsApp Status lets you share photos and videos with people who use the messaging service that’s become a ubiquitous social media platform. WhatsApp used to be an app where you could just chat with people but a couple of years ago, it added a feature called WhatsApp Status. This is...Read More

Uninstall this Popular Antivirus Right Now – If You Care About Your Privacy

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Your antivirus should protect you, but what if it’s handing over your browser history to a major marketing company? Cybersecurity firm Avast has been caught selling personal data to third parties. The company seems to have been gathering information about its users, including Google searches, Google Maps location searches, LinkedIn...Read More

Scam Alert: Phishing Emails Target Shoppers with Post-Holiday Offer!

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The holiday shopping season may be over, but scammers aren’t calling it quits yet. Con artists are sending phony emails and texts that look like messages from major retailers instructing you to redeem reward points accrued during your holiday shopping. Just hit delete on these phishing messages! How the Scam...Read More

New ‘Unpatchable’ iOS Exploit could Lead to Permanent Jailbreak

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Jailbreaks seemed to be a thing of the past, but a newly announced iOS exploit could lead to a permanent, unblockable jailbreak on hundreds of millions of iPhones. A security researcher has released today a new jailbreak that impacts all iOS devices running on A5 to A11 chipsets — chips...Read More