- December 1st, 2016
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Gooligan is the latest malware attack that has breached the security of over one million Google accounts, and continues to breach an additional 13,000 devices every day. This form of malware can root an infected Android device, and steal authentication tokens that can be utilized to access data from Google Play, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Photos, G Suite, and more. This malware has the capability to root Android devices and steal email addresses, photos, documents and personal information including authentication tokens stored on the device.
The QuadRooter set of vulnerabilities reached the headlines mainly due to its wide extent and severity. Since Check Point announced its discovery, we have received numerous questions from users around the globe asking – How can they protect themselves from malware trying to take advantage of the Quadrooter vulnerabilities?
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks or just got back from a trip to
the moon, you have certainly heard of, and perhaps even played the latest app craze, Pokemon
Go! You might know all about Pokestops and Lures and training your Pokemon. But did you know that all the fun you’re having comes at a price? Read more…
- February 23rd, 2016
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Oh, the digitally centered lives we lead.
Want to track your calorie intake? There’s an app for that
How about snagging the best parking spot at the mall? There’s an app for that, too.
With apps for just about everything nowadays, it’s hard to remember a time when we didn’t rely on them for everything.
2015 is drawing to a close and that can mean only one thing – it’s time to make 2016 predictions! Some people like to prognosticate about which celebs will be dating; others focus on economic forecasts. Some people attempt to prophesy the outcomes of their fantasy football leagues.
Here at ZoneAlarm we extend our totally secure, all the time mantra to peering into the future as well. After all, the bad guys always have one eye on the future, so you should too if you want to stay safe.
To that end, we bring you ZoneAlarm’s predictions for the top 4 PC threats in 2016. These threats are already active, but they seem to be ramping up their game in an alarming way and all of us need to be prepared for them.