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Cybersecurity and antivirus company Avast has been hit with a €13.7 million ($14.9 million) fine for processing customers’ data illegally as per GDPR requirements. Spanish not-for-profit NGO Facua, which focuses on consumer rights matters, made Spain’s Agency for Data Protection aware that Avast had collected and sold private browsing data, including identifying data, without knowledge […]

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According to SentinelOne, the two vulnerabilities, tracked as CVE-2022-26522 and CVE-2022-26523, impacted both Avast and AVG antiviruses — Avast acquired AVG in 2016 and the flaws affect a shared anti-rootkit driver. The security holes were reported to Avast in December and they were patched in February with the release of version 22.1. Both SentinelOne and […]

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Consumers around the world that use mobile banking apps are at a greater risk of being tricked by cybercriminals and falling victim to mobile banking theft.

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