Press article: ZoneAlarm’s 5 Golden Tips on Ransomware to Tech Readers

ZoneAlarm has spoken about ransomware to the readers of Wccf (Where Consumers Come First) tech, a leading technology publication. Dror Levy, head of consumer marketing, listed his tips to protect you against ransomware attacks. Read the full article below to learn how to better protect your desktop and mobile devices from ransomwarephishing attacks, and other cyber threats.

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Don’t Like Mondays? Neither Do Attackers

You can reduce potential damage to your PC by paying attention to when attackers are most likely to strike. Monday may be our least favorite day of the week, but Thursday is when you should watch out for cyber criminals, researchers say. That’s what reports CSO, the security news portal that writes about threats and cyber attacks, and which is affiliated with IDG, the world’s leading tech media company.

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Tip of the Week: Dads and Moms United Against Ransomware

Friday after work with the kids at the park. Ian on the swings, Max on the teeter-totter with Kayla, and a few of us parents got talking. Laney’s mom, Evan’s dad, just chatting the way we do. And Luke’s parents started telling us about how their PCs got hacked, totally taken over. It wasn’t a regular worm, it was ransomware. The hackers demanded they pay a ransom to unlock their PCs.

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What is Ransomware – From A to Z

Every 10 seconds, a PC user gets hit with ransomware, making consumers the most targeted for attacks. But… What is Ransomware? How does it work? What’s the most popular type? How is it delivered? What’s the cost of ransomware attacks? Why home PC users should pay attention? How can you protect your PC? ZoneAlarm Anti-Ransomware brings you all these answers and more. Read more…

The Largest Google Account Breach Ever – Gooligan

Gooligan MalwareGooligan 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.

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