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  • Android TVs Can Be Hacked to Hear You Speaking
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    Android TVs Can Be Hacked to Hear You Speaking

    Android TVs could let cybercriminals record private conversations for nefarious purposes, thanks to a relatively simple exploit.

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  • BullGuard Antivirus Review

    BullGuard Antivirus Review

    BullGuard Antivirus is fairly easy to use and offers lots of customization options, but its malware protection is only so-so.

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  • How to Check If Your LinkedIn Was Hacked
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    How to Check If Your LinkedIn Was Hacked

    LinkedIn promised to tell users if they were part of a massive data breach, but many users are finding out from third-party sites instead.

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  • ESET NOD32 Antivirus Review

    ESET NOD32 Antivirus Review

    ESET NOD32 Antivirus has a clean, easy-to-use interface and a light system load. Too bad its malware protection is average at best.

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  • F-Secure Anti-Virus Review

    F-Secure Anti-Virus Review

    F-Secure Anti-Virus offers excellent malware protection at a bargain price, but it has a heavy system load and a high false-positive rate.

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  • TeslaCrypt Maker 'Sorry,' Releases Master Key
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    TeslaCrypt Maker 'Sorry,' Releases Master Key

    The maker of the notorious TeslaCrypt ransomware has stopped development of the malware and released a master decryption key.

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  • How to Clean Up an Infected Computer

    How to Clean Up an Infected Computer

    Cleaning up an infected PC can be frustrating. Here are some simple steps for purging malware from your system.

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  • Android Instant Apps Sounds Dangerous
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    Android Instant Apps Sounds Dangerous

    The new Instant Apps feature could be the best thing to ever happen to Android — or it could be a security nightmare.

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  • Why You Need to Change Your LinkedIn Password (Again)
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    Why You Need to Change Your LinkedIn Password (Again)

    About 117 million LinkedIn user credentials stolen in 2012 have surfaced online, and millions of people will have to change their passwords.

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  • Hitman Ransomware Plasters PCs with Porn
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    Hitman Ransomware Plasters PCs with Porn

    CryptoHitman adds insult to injury -- it encrypts and deletes your precious files, and also fills your computer screen with porn.

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