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Kaspersky Internet Security - free
Kaspersky Internet Security does a better-than-average job of keeping your PC safe. Three new features along with expected upgrades to their antivirus engine keep Kaspersky competitive.4.5available for : windows
Mobile Security & Antivirus - free
Mobile Security & Antivirus is a free mobile security application that provides Android devices with full-featured Antivirus and Anti-Theft security.4.5available for : android
Microsoft Security Essentials - free
Microsoft Security Essentials is a free software with security features all together.4.5available for : windows
Apple's Yosemite OS does, indeed, collect user search data, but the process is both anonymized and totally optional.
As with other security-enabled IDs and profiles, your Apple ID can also be protected with two-step authentication in order to add an additional...
Nearly a dozen Staples office-supply stores in the Northeast seem to have suffered a card-data breach; the company is investigating.
Apple Pay is making its professional sports stadium debut at both arenas hosting the 2014 MLB World Series.
Drinking bleach will not cure Ebola, and that 'breaking news alert' in your inbox may just lead to malware, security experts warn.
Apple fixed the POODLE and Shellshock flaws for Mountain Lion and Mavericks, but to get 40 more fixes, you'll have to upgrade to Yosemite.
Ventir is a new strain of Mac OS X malware that bundles in a Trojan, a keylogger and even an open-source component.
Whisper, an anonymous quip-and-photo-sharing app, may know exactly where its users are and even use that information to identify them.
The new iPhone's Apple Pay mobile-wallet system sounds fantastic -- until you read the fine print.
FBI Director James Comey told a Washington audience that the privacy features of Android and iOS devices would let criminals go free.
A security researcher says that New York Times article webpages dated before 2013 could be used to stage Web-based attacks on readers.
Facebook's new Safety Check feature allows you to show friends and family members that you're safe during natural disasters.
Currently in development, DarkMatter is an Android fork that can be used to greatly heighten the security on a regular Android device.
A newly disclosed flaw in Web encryption threatens all secure online communications. Fortunately, there are easy ways to avoid it.
Between Microsoft's extensive patching and a handful of updates from Adobe, today is a much more secure day to be online than yesterday was.
The Internet was positively abuzz with apocalyptic articles about a millions-strong Dropbox hack yesterday, but such a thing never happened.
On Oct. 14, Microsoft will patch nine security vulnerabilities, from avoidable to catastrophic, across a wide variety of programs.
Ghostery, a privacy company, shared a number of tips and tricks to help users decide where their data belongs, and where it doesn't.
The retailer said data-stealing malware was found in its payment systems, but did not reveal the number of stores or customers affected.
Someone is promising to post online 200,000 racy photos taken by Snapchat users, but it's not clear if the data dump is real.
The Shellshock flaw affects a very important software program that most people know little about. Here's how Shellshock could affect you.