Tordow 2.0 Is Android Malware That Targets Your Bank Account

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A new piece of Android malware, dubbed Tordow 2.0 targets peoples’ bank accounts. The platform that it appears on? Android. Here’s how to protect yourself. Further Reading Android Phones Found To Have BackDoor To China New Android Malware Called Dirty Cow Can Root Phones Tordow 2.0 First discovered in September 2016, security firm Comodo reports that the malware got a big update this month, making it scarier than ever. Tordow is a mobile banking Trojan that specifically targets Android devices. Comodo first found the malware affecting people in Russia. The …

Are You Infected with Malware? Here’s How To Find Out

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Is your computer acting strangely? Are you seeing popup ads, even when you’re not in a browser? You just might have malware. Here’s how to find out and remove it. Further Reading How to Spot Hidden Malware and Download Safely How To Fix Windows 10 Privacy Issues Warning Signs Whether you clicked on a link in a spam e, visited a suspicious website, or even used a random USB drive you found on the ground, there are many ways to get a virus. A computer virus is just one type …

6 macOS Tips to Supercharge your Security

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Many would argue that Macs and the macOS operating system are already relatively secure. The general argument is that since there are far Windows machines than Macs, hackers tend to focus on breaking into Windows . Others might say that Macs are secure because they are based on UNIX. But the reality is that Mac owners can become just as vulnerable to hacking as PC owners are. A Brief History of Unix First, the reason that Macs are secure (but only in the general sense) is that …