Windows Defender is a decent antivirus solution that comes in a package with Windows 10 and Windows 11. There were many controversies about its efficiency and quality in the past, which are still heard now. In this article, we’ll be dealing with one of the most rebuked traits of Windows Defender – its tremendous resource… Continue reading Antimalware Service Executable High CPU & Memory – How To Deal With It?
Polymorphic and Metamorphic Malware: the Comparison In this article, we consider two types of pests: polymorphic and metamorphic viruses, which were designed to destroy the integrity of the operating system and harm the user. Before we find out what is the difference between polymorphic and metamorphic viruses, let’s figure out what is virus in general… Continue reading Difference Between Polymorphic and Metamorphic Viruses
The cybersecurity threats in 2022 are more considerable than ever. Due to the emergence of efficient ransomware, coin miners, spyware, and so on, hacking has become a consistently profitable business. Knowing about cybersecurity threats is crucial because it livens up the safety measures. In addition, when you’re aware of what is up against you on… Continue reading 20 Dangerous Types of Cybersecurity Threats 2022
The World Wide Web is not a hostile realm by itself, but any Internet user should be aware of the dangers lurking on the Net. If earlier harmful software was just fun for the hackers or vandalism in the worst case, today malware attacks are a viable business model. The commercial element makes the danger… Continue reading TOP 9 Malware Attacks: Worldwide Compilation 2022
In a world where almost everything comes with a price it’s sometimes nice to have at least free wifi. But starting with such a poetic intro here actually comes the real concern: how to use Wi-Fi for free and keep your data private. Many people don’t realize it but using public Wi-Fi puts you at… Continue reading How To Use Public Wi-Fi Safely: Risks To Watch Out For
Google breached EU competition rules while requiring to preinstall its apps on Android phones. The impending decision from the EU watchdog has come to pass: Google has been fined a record €4.3 billion ($5.1 billion) for abusing the Android operating system’s dominance in the smartphone market, the largest fine imposed on a company in EU… Continue reading Google faces record $5 billion fine in EU, ordered to remove Chrome from Android
Facebook finally responses to 2000 questions from US lawmakers and answers are quite interesting! Last month the New York Times revealed that Facebook had given device makers deep access to data on Facebook users and their friends, via device-integrated APIs. The number and scope of the partnerships raised fresh privacy concerns about how Facebook (man)handles… Continue reading Facebook gives US lawmakers the names of 52 firms it gave deep data access to
It has been almost two decades or maybe a little more than that since email has entered the world of internet. Email boosted up the communication game and made it easier for people in and out of the business globe to send in important details and discuss anything, from anywhere around in the world. It… Continue reading Best email security tactics to stay safe
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