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2021 saw a massive surge in detections of malware, adware, and Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs). It didn’t matter what the computers were used for or what operating system they ran—across business and home computers, on Windows and on Mac, detections went up, enormously. Detections of malware on Windows business machines were 143% higher in 2021 […]

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Threat actors are increasingly using phishing emails related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the new omicron variant to target universities and steal login credentials, new research published Tuesday found. According to a report from cybersecurity group Proofpoint, hackers have targeted dozens of mostly North American educational institutions, including Vanderbilt University and the University of Central […]

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For a second consecutive year, the time for Kaspersky to make its predictions for the healthcare sector comes amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, the virus still dominates most aspects of our lives, and, of course, the pandemic remained the biggest and most-discussed topic in medicine. Part of our predictions last year were based on […]

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