Viruses, malware, phishing, and rootkits are a prevalent problem in our constantly connected world. To learn about all these online threats and how they can infect your computer, tablet, or even smartphone, check out our files, guides and software selections on security for all platforms.
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Keep an eye on your system and keep malware out with these free online tools!
Secure Vault - free
Protect your photos and videos with Secure Vault for the iPhone.4.5available for : iphone os
Nsauditor Network Security Auditor - free
Nsauditor Network Security Auditor is a shareware suite of comprehensive protection that you will identify vulnerabilities for Windows based PC.4.5available for : windows
avast! Mobile Security - free
avast! Mobile Security BETA is a free mobile security application that provides Android devices with full-featured Antivirus and Anti-Theft security.4.5available for : android
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