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Windows 10 users who upgrade to v2004 will finally be able to switch on a longstanding Windows Defender feature that protects users against potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). What are PUAs? Also called PUPs (potentially unwanted programs), PUAs are applications that often cannot be outright classified as malware, but still violate users’ security and privacy interests. […]

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For the last few years, rooting malware has been the biggest threat to Android users.

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You are probably familiar with browser extensions, which most of us use on a daily basis. They add a lot of useful features to browsers, but at the same time, they pose threats to both privacy and security.

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