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Beebone and Simda, sophisticated malware that threatened PCs worldwide, were recently deactivated by Europol-led international operations. Learn more about Beebone and how it was stopped: http://bbc.in/1Cub9ca
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Public WiFi is convenient, but it can seriously endanger your privacy. Learn 4 tips on protecting your privacy on public WiFi here: 
Public Wifi is convenient, but is it safe?Internet cafés are so 2014. Today, almost every café worth its coffee beans offers free public WiFi. So do fast food restaurants, bus stops, intercity trai...
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Taking your laptop on a business trip? To the cottage? On a weekend getaway? Make sure it's secure, in 7 easy steps: http://bit.ly/1a4Ldxy
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The introduction of the Internet led to many advantages, such as the ability to bank and shop online, or something as simple as sending an email. While there are many advantages of the Internet, it also brought along some disadvantages that can negatively impact your security and privacy. 

Read more on The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Internet, here: http://bit.ly/1AlH40r
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There are reports of yet another critical vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player - the third one in the past month – that could be exploited by attackers to take control over the affected system.

This affects those who are using Internet Explorer and Firefox on Windows 8.1 and below. 

Adobe expects to release a update this week.

More info here: http://adobe.ly/1vpee0x
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The purpose of passwords is to secure our accounts from unauthorized access.

Ironically, many people still neglect to secure their accounts with strong passwords but instead use ‘password’ or ‘123456’ as their password. (Definitely not a good thing!)

Check out the worst passwords of 2014, here: http://aol.it/1C85Xjq

You’re not still using weak passwords, are you?
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A new WiFi-enabled Barbie that Mattel plans to release this fall poses a real threat to children's privacy. Read more: http://bit.ly/19mkKeE
The doll, critics say, could be used as a surveillance tool, among other things.
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Companies are investing serious budgets in mobile app development. That's a good thing. They are investing much much less in mobile app security. That's not such a good thing. http://bit.ly/1OA60c8
Guest Last week, a new study disclosed that half of large organizations, including Fortune 500 companies in the banking, retail, health and public sectors, dedicate zero budget towards securing the mobile apps they build for customers.
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Be on guard for a fake #Amazon email with subject line: Alert: Order report “cancel”. The fake email, designed to look legitimate, tries to trick you into clicking on “Download file”, which unfortunately contains a malicious .EXE file.

Make sure to share with your friends, so that they don’t accidentally fall victim to this scam!
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Many digital cameras nowadays include WiFi capabilities to allow you to easily transfer photos to your smartphone, tablet, and even your Facebook account. While WiFi-enabled cameras offer this type of benefit , they could actually be used against you. 

Here are some things you should know before deciding to purchase or use a WiFi-enabled camera.

Blog here: http://bit.ly/1CeThVs
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Companies use online advertisements to grow their business. Unfortunately, so do cybercriminals. Learn how cybercriminals use online advertising to spread malware, and how you can better protect yourself against this growing threat!

More here: http://bit.ly/1HdF3cY
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When you think of a crime scene, you may have in mind a picture of some dark alleyway or an empty parking lot. 

However, the truth is that your own PC could become a crime scene as a result of malware. 

How?

Malware on your PC could allow an attacker to remotely monitor your keystrokes or capture your login information to websites with sensitive information. 

Don’t let cybercriminals turn your PC into a crime scene! Secure it with, at minimum, an antivirus and two-way firewall.

Need security? Get it here: http://bit.ly/1ry5bl0
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ZoneAlarm by Check Point Software Technologies brings the best privacy protection and security to your mobile device and home computer. ZoneAlarm Capsule provides VPN and antivirus protection for your mobile device. ZoneAlarm desktop products protect more than 85 million PCs from viruses, spyware, hackers, and identity theft. ZoneAlarm's award-winning Internet security product line is based on the same powerful cloud-based technology that is used to secure the Fortune 100.