All in all, Chromebook virus protection may not be necessary yet, but there is plenty of malware going around that could ruin your Chromebook experience…

Chromebooks are supposed to come with sufficient, built-in security. But is that really true? Can you use a Chromebook without having to think twice about general cybersecurity and anti-malware protection in particular? Or do you need Chromebook antivirus? Let’s have a look first at which security features are pre-packed in ChromeOS.

Continue Reading @ Malwarebytes Labs

European managed security services company Orange Cyberdefense today reveals the findings of its inaugural Security Navigator, which shows a 23 percent decline in the number of recorded malware incidents in 2019…

The total number of security events have, however, increased. The company analysed 263,109 events from data obtained from its 10 CyberSOCs and 16 SOCs. Out of these events it identified 11.17 percent as verified security incidents. This represents a 34.4 percent increase over the previous year’s rate of 8.31 percent.

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Continue Reading @ BetaNews

Remove Facebook Voice Message Virus (Improved Instructions) by 2-Spyware

Facebook voice message virus – a malicious campaign that can relate in the installation of a Trojan horse if the misleading voice message is played by the victim…

Even though the message itself might not always directly launch the installation of malware, it might reroute the user to some type of potentially dangerous website where cyber threats such as trojans, ransomware viruses, cryptocurrency miners, browser hijackers, or adware are distributed.

Messenger voice message virus

Source: Remove Facebook voice message virus (Improved Instructions) – Virus Removal Guide

Norton Power Eraser – A Tool To Help You Eliminate Deeply Embedded Malware

Norton Power Eraser was recently updated and I thought I would at least post some information on this security application.

This application has the ability to “aggressively” detect and remove malware that can impersonate legitimate applications, such as fake antivirus software. These applications often are described as scamware, rogueware, scareware, etc…

When using an application such as this, make sure you have some knowledge of the Windows OS above and beyond the basic level so that you don’t end up doing more harm than good. Here is a tutorial to get you started and to understand more – Click Here for Tutorial

Norton Power Eraser v4.0 Beta screenshot 1 / 2

Source: NortonLifeLock Rescue Tools – Norton Power Eraser


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