A YouTube video called Movies vs. Life compares scenes embellished with movie magic to their real-life equivalents. We like to think that an avast! Antivirus cameo during a computer hacking scene (pay attention around 0:22 seconds) is one of the reasons that this hilarious video has gone viral.
A round of applause from avast! to French comedy troupe Golden Moustache for producing this funny video.
Make sure you turn on captions for the English subtitles.
At Avast, we know how precious a good night’s sleep is. You can relax and sleep soundly knowing that avast! Antivirus is protecting your devices. From your family’s PCs or Macs to the Android phone in your pocket or tablet on your nightstand – avast! is guarding against prowlers, snoops, and thieves.
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Don’t miss our LIVE presentation of the new avast! Free Antivirus version 8! We’ve just released it today and this is your chance to be one of the first to see what avast! version 8 is all about.
We will be broadcasting our Hangout, live from Prague, Czech Republic, starting at 7 PM EST on February 28th (today). There are several ways you can view it:
- Add Avast to your Google+ circles, and we’ll post the link there. RSVP to our event and you’ll get the link automatically.
- You will also be able to watch it live on the avast YouTube channel.
- Just before we go live we will post a link to our avast Facebook page . When you see it, CLICK IT, and please be sure share with your friends!
Watch our video invitation.
We look forward to seeing you there.
In 2010, AVAST noticed that the majority of malware infections were occurring via infected websites, rather than from malicious email, which had previously been the main culprit.
But good criminals go where they are least expected.
A couple weeks ago I posted an example of a type of phishing email that I’ve since learned is called ‘vishing‘, as it uses voice (VoIP, telephone) as an agent in the scam process. (It reminds me of a public payphone I had to use in Mexico about 10 years ago, which billed me something around $80 for a five-minute call.) Read more…