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Intel Security has released a tool that allows users to check if their computer’s low-level system firmware has been modified and contains unauthorized code. The release comes after CIA documents leaked Tuesday revealed that the agency has developed EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface) rootkits for Apple’s Macbooks. A rootkit is a malicious program that runs with […]

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Illegal version of AVG pop-upSome users have reported that their AVG has been downgraded to a trial version despite having a license valid until 2018.Please note that if you see this pop-up and are experiencing the described behavior, you may be a victim of Internet piracy.We recommend buying a valid license by clicking on link in the […]

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Did you just buy a computer and wonder how can you make it secure? Here are some steps which you can follow to make this computer really yours. Really yours means that you can start using it and storing personal information on it without having to be afraid of someone snooping in it. 1. (Re)Install […]

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