Online threats have nowhere to hide from Malwarebytes, which will keep your system malware-free and kill even the most determined trojans, worms and more.
Could they be cyber-mercenaries as mentioned by some? Or perhaps the 2014 version of Anonymous.
In DepthWhat happens when you take every free bit of software you can get and install them all on one machine?
Companies are sharing your mobile data without your permission, and apps are tracking your location - one act looks to prevent both.
Google has announced it is using a new service called "Bouncer" to keep malware-harbouring apps out of the Android Market.
If you receive a cold call at home from a stranger claiming to fix your PC viruses, then whatever you do, don't give them the time of day.
Microsoft plans to offer a new consumer security offering focused on core anti-malware protection. Code-named "Morro," this streamlined solution will be available in the second half of 2009 and will provide comprehensive protection from malware including viruses, spyware, rootkits and trojans