Check Out our New Look!
We’re pleased to announce the release of our 2016 product line, and introduce ZoneAlarm Extreme Security’s exclusive new 100% virus-free guarantee. In addition to offering total protection from all viruses and malware, including zero-day attacks, the new ZoneAlarm Extreme also comes with privacy protection for your Android device. All 2016 products are fully compatible with Windows 10.
100% Virus-Free Guarantee
ZoneAlarm Extreme Security 2016 comes with a 100% guarantee to keep your PC virus free, or your money. Our guarantee is based on AV-Test’s 6/6 Protection score, which proves that we block 100% of zero-day malware attacks, including web and email threats in real-world testing, and detect 100% of widespread and prevalent malware.*
In addition to offering rock-solid protection for your PC, ZoneAlarm Extreme Security also comes with Parental Controls, online backup, Anti-Spam, Anti-Keylogger, PC Tune-Up, and privacy protection for your Android device.
To read our official press release, click here.
To check out our 2016 product line, and see our exciting new look, click here.
*Terms and conditions apply. The guarantee is limited to a full product refund.
- August 12th, 2015
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Millions of Android devices could be vulnerable to the Stagefright bug.
Do you love getting text messages? Well, here is one reason to not love them – Stagefright. It’s a vulnerability that was recently exposed on the Android OS.
Despite its rather frightening name, Stagefright started its Android life innocently enough. It is simply the name of a media playback library buried deep inside Google’s mobile OS. The vulnerability that is its namesake, which takes advantage of flaws within the open-sourced code mobile OS, was discovered last month by researchers at a security firm named Zimperium.
- August 5th, 2015
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Online Safety, Uncategorized
A glimpse of Edge, Microsoft’s much-talked about new browser.
No matter how you rate on the Cyber Security Savviness meter, chances are you know that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer isn’t the most popular browser out there. And you may not know this, but chronic security issues one of the big reasons why Internet Explorer has faded from popularity over the past decade or so. That’s why Microsoft came up with Edge, the brand new browser that comes with Windows 10. And Microsoft is seriously hoping that Edge ushers in a new era of browser success.
Windows 10 – What it means for your online security
If your computer runs Windows 7 or 8, you likely noticed something different on the bottom right side of your computer screen recently. What you may have noticed is the icon for Windows 10, due out at the end of this month. And while Windows 8 was just a tad, shall we say, underwhelming, this newest Windows incarnation seems to hit all the targets that its predecessor missed, including addressing many security concerns. Let’s take a look at 5 security features that make Windows 10 a game changer when it comes to your safety. Read more…
- June 29th, 2015
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PC security, Uncategorized
A hack caused planes to be grounded at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport for 5 hours.
There was no shortage of major security stories last week, ranging from the Samsung vulnerability that affects some 600 million users to continuing coverage of the leak at the US Government’s Office of Personnel Management. That leak, by the way, now seems to have affected as many as 18 million people, including former, current and prospective federal government.