Avast discovered 32 malicious extensions with a whopping 75 million combined installs that were available on the Chrome Web Store.
Ransomware has been a prominent threat in cybersecurity for more than a decade, but the rates of incidents are showing slight decline. The Avast Q1/2023 Threat Report examines why.
Avast researchers have observed a significant increase in blocked URL attacks on match days as viewers search for free streaming platforms.
Invoice scams, where employees receive requests for payment from legitimate sources or routine services, are on the rise. Learn what to watch out for.
By staying informed about potential threats and taking proactive measures to protect yourself, you can continue to enjoy the benefits of Web3 and IPFS while minimizing your risk of falling victim to phishing attacks.
While the potential impact of AI shouldn’t be underestimated, we should also remember that most of today’s threats and exploits are focused on basic gaps in cyber hygiene.
Avast researchers discovered a dangerous vulnerability in Microsoft software, then worked with Microsoft to rapidly patch it.
The Avast Q1 2023 Threat Report reveals a 40% increase in phishing attempts and new malware distribution tactics that exploit trust in established brands like Microsoft and Adobe.
These test results highlight the importance of choosing the right security software and browser to protect against phishing threats.
Businesses need to build enough protective measures and mitigating controls to recover and emerge stronger from cyberattacks.
Security risks are one of the most significant concerns when it comes to trading cryptocurrencies, and there are several types of security risks that investors should be aware of.
Organizations and individuals should use a combination of test results, expert opinions, and their own research to make informed decisions about which anti-malware solution to use.