Windows Malware for Macs and More Weekly News | Avast

Phishing scam has fishy URLs There’s a phishing campaign afoot that tries scamming users into believing their email accounts have been compromised. The phishing email claims multiple verification errors have caused the ...

Fake Android Apps and Phony YouTube Stars | Avast

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Fake Android photo apps booted off Google Play Cybersecurity researchers identified dozens of fake apps on the Google Play Store intended solely for malicious purposes. The apps posed as Android photo enhancers, ...
Avast Photo Cleaner tidies up your library | Avast

Avast Photo Cleaner tidies up your library | Avast

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I recently came across a box of old photos from the late 80s, my early childhood. My parents had taken me to southern Spain for more than two weeks. And while I ...

Android SMS Worm, plus setting up a Mac for kids

Lukas Stefanko on an Android SMS worm, and Mark Stockley on setting up a Mac for children to use ...
Avast security products win awards | Avast

Avast security products win awards | Avast

You deserve protection online, no matter what device or operating system you are using. When we started Avast, over 30 years ago, our motto was “cybersecurity for everyone.” Today, those words still ...
The Essential Guide for Mac Security | Avast

The Essential Guide for Mac Security | Avast

Macs are beautiful machines, in both appearance and performance. The sleek designs, intuitive OS, trend-setting apps, and, yes, the anti-malware security built into the platform, make them among the most cherished items ...
Mac Management Replacement

Mac Management Replacement

The traditional methods of managing Mac® systems and users aren’t working. Some options require a handful of add-ons to function properly; others can’t leverage the necessary resources for end users. IT admins ...
New strain of Mac malware Proton found after two years

New strain of Mac malware Proton found after two years

A new variant of the Mac malware Proton, which was rampant on macOS last year, has been found dating back to at least two years ago. Learn how this could still affect ...
Chrome to mark HTTP as ‘not secure’

Chrome to mark HTTP as ‘not secure’

Google Chrome currently marks HTTPS-encrypted sites with a green lock icon and “Secure” sign. And starting in July, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as "not secure.” Google hopes this move will ...
macOS Server

macOS® Server EOL?

Is macOS® server EOL (end-of-life)? It’s an interesting question. After all, IT admins use macOS Server to handle a variety of tasks, and one of them is to run Open Directory™ (OD) ...
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