Now that Microsoft has ended support for Windows 7, many people have made the decision to move onto Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10. However, Windows users are not fully in the clear just yet – The US National Security Agency (NSA) has recently discovered a critical bug in the operating system, to which Microsoft has since released a patch to fix.
The FixMeStick is the world’s best-selling virus removal device. But does that mean you no longer need antivirus software? No! The FixMeStick works in partnership with antivirus. Antivirus is your everyday protection, like brushing your teeth, to make sure that most viruses stay out. However, inevitably threats get through and that’s why you need the FixMeStick! The FixMeStick is like going to the dentist once a year for a deep clean.
So we’ve determined that you need the FixMeStick and an antivirus program. But now the question is, should I pay for an antivirus software? In this article, we break down some of the differences between free and paid antivirus software so you can make a decision on which is best for you.
Hey FixMeFans, the new year is upon us! 2019 has been great, and very eventful in the world of data breaches and malware scams. Let’s learn from our mistakes and leave some common security errors in the past as we move forward into 2020. Keep reading for 5 Security Trends to Leave in the Last Decade:
Can you believe it’s December? The holidays are here and you’re bound to do some online shopping, and we don’t blame you. Over the past decade, the amount of activities we’re able to do on the internet has increased tenfold – its relatively easy and hassle-free, and just an overall convenience, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t numerous risks associated with it.
21 million logins for Top 500 firms were found on the Dark Web – a part of the internet that cannot be located via conventional search engines like Google and is often used as a marketplace for criminal activity.
Keep reading to learn how this happened, and how to avoid it happening to you.
Whether you’re buying something to keep yourself secure or maybe it’s a gift for that friend who seems to have it all – we have you covered with our Black Friday Gift Guide! Check out our favourite products and the best FixMeDeals of the season below.
McAfee is urging its users to update their programs to counter a security flaw. Recent reports revealed a serious security vulnerability in McAfee’s software. This vulnerability, known as CVE-2019-3648, can be used to bypass McAfee’s security mechanisms, inevitably leading to more serious attacks on your computer! Keep reading to be informed.