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Researchers have stumbled upon a new ransomware campaign that only uses scare tactics – not actual file encryption – to trick WordPress customers into believing their website has been hacked.
Root Cause Analysis is a feature in the upcoming Bitdefender security solutions for consumers that's likely to change how people think about their online security. We know that cyber-security can sometimes be confusing for non-practitioners...
November marks 20 years of cybersecurity innovation at Bitdefender. "Put simply, Bitdefender’s success is because of its people, especially in these difficult times." Read the full message from our CEO, Florin Talpeș.
Meet Scam Alert, the New Bitdefender Mobile Security & Antivirus Technology Battling Malicious Links
Bitdefender has introduced a new technology named Scam Alert into its Mobile Security & Antivirus app for Android. It keeps people safer by alerting them to malicious links arriving via SMS, messaging apps and any type of notification.
You won't like the answer, but yes, it's possible that your webcam is spying on you. Even Mark Zuckerberg thinks so -- he has black tape over his webcam. The fears are real and Camhacking has taken place countless times in the past. In one well-publicized case...
Microsoft has uncovered a large phishing-as-a-service (PhaaS) operation that spans over 300,000 spawned domains and offers more than 100 phishing kits, as well as many other illicit products.
Apple this week released multiple security updates to address two critical vulnerabilities in iOS, macOS and watchOS. The company says it has received reports that the flaws “may have been actively exploited.”
The notorious Ragnarok ransomware gang appears to have abruptly closed its operations and entered retirement, releasing a universal decryption key for its past victims.
Parental control software can help make your child’s computer or mobile device safer by allowing you to monitor and filter inappropriate content and help establish better device habits. However, before you start implementing this option on your kids’ smart devices or computers, it’s essential to be open and communicative and let them how the software works.