Which is the most secure Web browser? Google Chrome? Mozilla Firefox? Microsoft’s Internet Explorer? It’s a simple question—but the answer is a bit complicated.
In a Fall 2013 poll, security-conscious browser users overwhelmingly voted Firefox as the most secure. But during the annual Pwn2own hacking contest in March 2014, Firefox was exploited four times with zero-day attacks, making it one of the least secure browsers.
Continue Reading… 5 Ways to Secure Your Web Browser
The Internet is plagued with a magnitude of threats that can cause serious damage to your PC. Simply surfing the web and visiting websites make you vulnerable and put you at risk of an attack. While having an antivirus is a good step towards protecting your PC, having security that can stop threats cold in their tracks, even before they reach your browser, is a huge advantage.
Continue Reading…ZoneAlarm Enhanced Browser Protection: Stop Threats Before They Reach Your Browser
Did you know that a laptop is stolen every 53 seconds, and 97% of lost or stolen laptops are never recovered?
What would you do if your laptop is lost or stolen?
Continue Reading… Do You Know Where Your Laptop Is?
We’re excited to introduce you to ZoneAlarm Advanced Real-Time Antivirus, a new feature found in ZoneAlarm 2015 security suites*.
It’s recommended that your PC is equipped with, at a minimum, an antivirus, which prevents malware from infecting your PC, and a two-way firewall, which monitors traffic to-and-from your PC. However, with over 315,000 new threats being discovered every single day, it’s simply not practical for the antivirus software on your desktop to update at the same rate without taking a toll on your PC’s performance. With ZoneAlarm Advanced Real-Time Antivirus, you’re protected from the latest Web threats even when the antivirus on your desktop has not yet been updated with the latest signatures.
Continue Reading… Introducing ZoneAlarm Advanced Real-Time Antivirus
In this age of digital communication, it’s common to receive email attachments that we open without thinking twice. But did you know that close to 1 in 25 email attachments are actually malicious? Some malicious attachments come from spam emails, which usually are easy to identify, while other emails appear harmless to the naked eye. So how do you determine if the Microsoft document or PDF file you’ve received from a job recruiter is legitimate or not?
Continue Reading… Is This File Safe Or Malicious?