Security researchers at Bitdefender have released a free new tool that they claim can help protect users against known and possible future versions of the Locky, Teslacrypt, and CTB-Locker ransomware.
David Bisson reports.
Emma Watson’s leaked naked video? Seriously, if you’re in the market for such a thing it’s no wonder that your computer is going to get infected with malware.
Security researchers looked at over 800,000 apps available for download from the Android and iOS App Stores – and were depressed to find that many were being reckless with users’ privacy and security.
It may claim to be BitDefender AntiVirus 2013, written by Angry Birds with help from Kaspersky. But it isn’t.
Microsoft needs to police the Windows Store with greater vigour.