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Living completely out of the Google bubble may not be possible, but slashing the amount of data this company collects on you is certainly achievable. Even better, you won’t have to go completely offline or live in a cave to do it. We don’t need Google …read more
That more secure HTTPS is still leaving some holes in your privacy coverage. Here are three features to add and one to ignore.
The post Three ways to improve your HTTPS security – and one popular solution that won’t help appeared first on Avira Blog.
Report: Nashville company pays ex-employee ransom installments only to stall him until the cops make the bust
A global phone insurance and tech support company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee has resorted to paying ransom to an alleged ex-staffer after receiving emails claiming he stole private info of thousands of employees and more than a million customers. As reported by the Tennessean, Asurion isn’t entirely sure the attacker is an disgruntled ex-employee. However, […]read more
We don’t mail a private message by postcard, why should we do this online?
The post Postcards from the edge – and your (lack of) online privacy appeared first on Avira Blog.
On the second Tuesday of every month, regular as clockwork, Microsoft releases a bundle of security patches for its software and urges companies and home users to update their systems before vulnerabilities are exploited by malicious hackers. Sure enough on this month’s Patch Tuesday, earlier this week, the company rolled out updates for its customers, […]read more
Choice Hotels, a hospitality franchisor based in Maryland that owns chains such as Comfort Inn, MainStay Suites, Econo Lodge and Cambria Hotels, has suffered a cyber incident that exposed 700,000 guest records, including full names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and more. The breach, discovered by independent researcher Bob Diachenko and reported by Comparitech, went […]read more