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Macs are more vulnerable to PC adware

Macs were once known as the safest malware computers. Their much lesser diffusion made them less attractive targets. But things seem to have changed. The Macs ...
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The malware that Greta Thunberg uses to ruin your Christmas

Malware is spreading rapidly among various countries around the world, aiming to attract the attention of the victims by using the name of sixteen year old activist Greta Thunberg: a decidedly ...

A malware can modify the results of the CT scans in the hospital

The report of a CT scan can change a patient's life. Consequently, it is essential that it is interpreted correctly by the radiologist, and that the privacy of the subject is best protected. Researchers ...

GOT is the most used series to spread malware

Kaspersky, a company known for its antivirus and its work on cybersecurity, recently carried out a study entitled "How cybercriminals use popular TV shows to spread malware", or "How cyber criminals use ...

GDC 2020, the conference has been officially postponed

GDC 2020 has been officially postponed. The conference organization itself announced this with a post on its official website. "After a series of ...

Nioh 2 Final Demo available from today for a very limited time

A few days after launch, Team Ninja has decided to publish the Final Demo of its latest effort: Nioh 2. You are too impatient to wait ...

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