Antivirus and whitelisting are the keys to stopping ransomware in its tracks…
Finally one the big AV players admits what we have known for awhile.
Leo discusses the reasons why anti-malware tools don’t always work.
A close look at the limitations of antivirus software technology and why some methods of protection are dangerously incomplete.
The authorities on antivirus testing and rating have released their lists of the best-performing antivirus programs. Here’s the scoop:
We compare resource usage among six popular, free antivirus applications.
Sometimes going with the Big Name isn’t a good choice.
McAfee’s recent update has botched hundreds of thousands of computers with a false positive reading of perfectly legit Windows files. Take a look inside for some interesting links and information.
Strangled by trojans, each week I see systems brought to a standstill. Sometimes it’s a neighbor and sometimes it’s a friend, but the story is always the same. “A popup said I was infected so I tried to remeove it. Now I can’t download anything. The program said it would help, but it didn’t.” They look real, mimicking Microsoft or well known AntiVirus products. The names sound ligitimate, calling themselves AntiVirus 2009 and such.