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Free Antivirus - Download Software for Virus Protection

Free Antivirus - Download Software for Virus Protection
Need more than that? Secure even your financial transactions Your money really deserves a solid level of protection against theft. With avast! SafeZone, you can set your favorite banking or shopping sites to automatically launch in a ‘virtual window’, to ensure that all of your sensitive financial transactions stay private. Perfect for auction sites, buying concert tickets, booking with hotels or airlines, online gaming, or any sort of monetary transfer, it now has a sleeker look and is super-easy to launch and use.

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Free softwares to protect PCs, tablets from viruses HOUSTON (KTRK) -- If you got a new computer or tablet for Christmas, then listen up, you need to protect it. But no need to spend a lot of money on new anti-virus software. Whether your computer or tablet is new or you just want to keep your old computer a lot longer, there is free software that will protect your computer and keep it running smoothly. "When I turned it on, it wouldn't let me do anything," said Adrian Jackson, who had a computer virus. This is a typical problem the computer experts over at Top Tech Experts hear everyday.

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SpyEye 'trojan horse': New PC virus steals your money and creates fake online bank statements Crimeware steals passwords from your browserCyber criminals use your debit card details to drain your accountWhen you visit your bank, it adjusts figures so the criminal transactions don't appearAttack has been used in U.S. and UK By Rob Waugh Updated: 20:17 GMT, 6 January 2012 The new SpyEye 'trojan horse' software steals your card details - then when you log into your online bank, it adjusts your balance so you don't realise anything is wrong. It's already been found in the U.S. and the UK A new version of the SpyEye 'trojan horse' software not only steals your money, it then offers false reassurance that it's still there. When you visit your online bank, there will be no trace of the transactions that cyber-criminals are using to empty your bank account.

French fighter planes grounded by computer virus However, the French navy admitted that during the time it took to eradicate the virus, it had to return to more traditional forms of communication: telephone, fax and post. Naval officials said the "infection"' was probably due more to negligence than a deliberate attempt to compromise French national security. It said it suspected someone at the navy had used an infected USB key. The Sicmar Network, on which the most sensitive documents and communications are transmitted was not touched, it said.

Apple Operating System Targeted by Malware Intego SecurityThe Mac Defender software is designed to look authentic and asks users for their credit card information. For years Apple Mac users have boasted about the lack of malware on their computers. In comparison, Microsoft Windows owners have regularly felt the brunt of viruses and malware that can easily debilitate an entire computer system in minutes. Now Apple is in that camp too after a barrage of malware began infiltrating computers over the past few days. Hackers target children with cartoon gaming websites that secretly infect their parents' PCs Sites offering cute games secretly infect PCsSites with 'game' or 'arcade' in title pose dangerInfections remain until when parents log inOne site infected 12,600 users last month By Rob Waugh Updated: 09:40 GMT, 16 January 2012 Hackers are targeting children with sites that install malicious software on PCs, disguised as innocent-looking cartoon gaming websites. But the sites quietly load programs onto the PCs which lurk in the background, which can steal information from adults Children are the latest target for writers of computer viruses - seen as an easy 'way in' to their parents PCs. Hackers are targeting children with sites that install malicious software on PCs, disguised as innocent-looking cartoon gaming websites.

Viruses stole City College of S.F. data for years Personal banking information and other data from perhaps tens of thousands of students, faculty and administrators at City College of San Francisco have been stolen in what is being called "an infestation" of computer viruses with origins in criminal networks in Russia, China and other countries, The Chronicle has learned. At work for more than a decade, the viruses were detected a few days after Thanksgiving, when the college's data security monitoring service detected an unusual pattern of computer traffic, flagging trouble. It appeared at first that the problem was contained in a single computer lab at Cloud Hall on the Phelan Avenue campus, one of a dozen City College sites around the city.