Michael McKinnon reports from the Bloggers Brunch event in Australia.
Some of the smartest and most experienced Anti-Virus analysts from AVG Technologies, and from across the industry, convened in Sydney, Australia, last week for the annual AVAR conference.
The recent discovery of a network of more than 17,000 infected Mac OS-X computers is a timely reminder that Mac users need to defend themselves against malware.
In what appears to be a case of “growing pains”, last week there were reports of Internet connectivity problems affecting users across the world, which also affected some AVG customers
Small businesses using Synology™ NAS (network attached storage) devices are at risk of a new ransomware style attack, further demonstrating the risks of the Internet of Things trend and once
You’re sound asleep when the alarm on your smartphone wakes you up, as it does every morning. You reach across to turn it off (and not to put it on
If you own an iPhone or iPad, you are well advised to immediately change your Apple ID password, especially if you’ve used that same password somewhere else. A number of
If you’re a regular online shopper like me, you’re sure to be familiar with your credit card security code – otherwise known as the card verification value (or CVV). If
We blogged recently about a very serious vulnerability in Internet Explorer that Microsoft were issuing patches for, so that the vulnerability could be fixed. Essentially, this vulnerability meant that when
Are you confused by emails that you receive and you often wonder whether they are legitimate ones or phishing emails? In the video below, AVG Security Advisor, Michael McKinnon, discusses
Do you often get frustrated by the battery life on your smartphone? Does it conk out before the end of your day and you find you have to carry a
If you suddenly notice that you have a whole lot of strange “bounced” messages coming though to your inbox, and you’re 100% sure that your email account hasn’t been hacked, then