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The antivirus company Kaspersky Lab has completed a study of Dark Web markets. As a result, experts found out that cybercriminals can sell the user’s digital life for less than $50. Digital life refers to social media account data, bank details, remote access to servers or desktops, and even information from popular Uber, Netflix, and Spotify services, gaming resources, dating apps, and even adult sites. The price per hacked account averages one dollar. Moreover, discounts are provided for wholesale purchases. Despite the fact that the digital personality is inexpensive, today, it is of some interest to cybercriminals in other respects. …
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Windows is a pioneer in the OS domain that made a revolution one day. At the same time, Windows tries to keep up with updating the OS and fixing the security holes that may have a tremendous impact on one’s data integrity. While many releases launch without problems, some of them show bugs that cause unease because they were oriented on security.
Here are some updates on the problematic releases and their implications of your data integrity and security. You may ask yourself is Windows Defender enough in 2020 and how these bugs can affect overall system security. Also, you may ask: how to stay at the safe side when the new Windows updates collapse? …
Everyone has, at least, once in their lifetimes, thought about making their computers work better, faster, and more efficient. Luckily, Panda Security Clean Up is a feature that can make it happen. The option provided by one of the topnotch security software allows speeding up your computer’s performance, as well as delete all unneeded registry keys.
Clean Up function can considerably speed up your PC’s performance; besides, it will free some space on your hard disk removing the useless files. Here is what you can do to make your PC work faster:
You may think: “I know how to create Strong Passwords.” But do you really? Of course, we have learned that including birthdates, names, and numbers relevant to real-life information about us is a no-no, and all safe websites where we create profiles have a password policy that forces us to include addition obstacles for hackers or malware not to be able to crack it (first read about Avast antivirus). But there is more than Capital letters to the matter.