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We keep you safe and we keep it simple.
We keep you safe and we keep it simple.

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Come and join BullGuard’s Beta Program 2018!

This means you can pre-test our future features, ahead of anybody else and help us improve our next security edition.
The most valuable contributions will be rewarded with:
- 1 x Amazon gift card: 400 EUR
- 3 x Amazon gift card: 200 EUR
- 10 x Amazon gift card: 100 EUR
- 200 x Internet Security

Sign Up for Beta here: http://www.bullguard.com/beta2018
and SHARE to let others know!

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Every parent understands the instinctive need to protect their children balanced with letting them explore, learn and discover. It’s a difficult enough task and is further complicated by the online world.

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It’s easy to dismiss cyber stalkers as online pests but their actions can easily traumatize victims. A stalker can mark every online move of their target or ahead of hooking up with someone learn about their every like and dislike. Even someone trying to end a relationship, or someone who has been dumped, can focus on their partner’s every online action in an attempt to control.

For victims the attention might feel flattering at first but can easily lead to the victim feeling emotionally and psychologically seared, afraid and concerned. Boundaries are eroded, a sense of losing power ensues and psychological harm follows.

Read more on BullGUard Blog and stay safe!

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We all know how to stay safe online, don’t we?
Get some good security software and off you go. Of course, this is a critically important step.
But there are some other steps you can also take to toughen up that security envelop. You might be familiar with some of them, some may be new to you but they are all simple and straightforward and if adopted will make you and your online meanderings near impregnable and obscure – just how it should be.

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How vulnerable smart homes are, why manufacturers are falling down on security and the future of smart home protection

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Just because an app is in the Google Play Store doesn’t mean that it is a legitimate app. Google does have an app-checking process to establish the legitimacy of an app but fraudsters are cunning.

As a result Google is constantly removing fraudulent apps from the Android marketplace, such as fake antivirus, browsers, and games.

Read more on BullGuard Blog!

#android #tips

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A third of British people don’t think smart device manufacturers do enough to educate consumers about the implications of not securing internet connected devices.

And over a fifth of people said they are reluctant to buy additional smart devices because they have doubts over how secure they are.

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Most people understand the need to have strong passwords though a large number, seemingly with bloody-minded intent, insist on using passwords that are frighteningly easy to crack.

With this in mind here are some common methods hackers use to steal passwords. For those of you who haven’t got around to using strong passwords what follows might make you sit up straight and get cracking on creating strong passwords.

#password #tips

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Sometimes in the world of cyber deviancy there is so much going on that if you blink you miss it. We’ve pulled together some of the most important recent events to keep you informed, up-to-date and most of all aware.

When you know what’s happening you know what to look out for and what steps you need to take to look out for you and yours.
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