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Major Security Breach Discovered Affecting Nearly Half of All Airline Travelers Worldwide
Major Security Breach Discovered Affecting Nearly Half of All Airline Travelers Worldwide

Hacker and Activist Noam Rotem, working with Safety Detective research lab, was shocked when he recently discovered a major vulnerability affecting nearly half of all airlines worldwide. While booking a flight with Israeli national carrier ELAL, he came across a significant security breach that allows anyone to access and change private information on flight bookings. The same breach was then discovered to include 44% of the international carriers market, potentially affecting tens of millions of travelers.

Paul Kane by Paul Kane January 15, 2019
Is Internet Security Software Necessary in 2019?
Is Internet Security Software Necessary in 2019?

Internet security programs may sound like a “nice” thing to have, but they’re more like a critical tool to keep your data and your network safe.

If you still think of a comprehensive internet security suite as a useful add-on to your antivirus software—or decided that you don’t need either one—you are putting your computer’s health and your identity at risk.

Eric C. by Eric C. January 13, 2019
How to Do a Virus Scan for Windows 10
How to Do a Virus Scan for Windows 10

Windows 10 is currently the world’s most popular operating system. That means it’s also the world’s most lucrative target for cybercriminals.

Mercy Pilkington by Mercy Pilkington January 13, 2019
How to Avoid Losing Your Valuable Cryptocurrencies to the CryptoShuffler Trojan
How to Avoid Losing Your Valuable Cryptocurrencies to the CryptoShuffler Trojan

How often do you manually check your crypto addresses when you paste them? Hackers are always developing new creative ways to steal your data and money and a simple mistake has already cost crypto investors over $160,000. Recently a new trojan called CryptoShuffler has been stealing cryptocurrencies from users across the internet using a simple function like copy and paste. Without the right security systems in place, your cryptocurrencies could be at risk.

Eric C. by Eric C. January 13, 2019
Is Your Computer Infected with the Autorun.in Virus? Here’s How to Delete It
Is Your Computer Infected with the Autorun.in Virus? Here’s How to Delete It

Autorun.in is a virus that is usually spread through infected external devices like USB drives. Once an infected USB disk is introduced to your system, the virus can destroy your computer, self-executing files, destroying important documents, and replicating itself so that it is hard to remove.

Aviva Zacks by Aviva Zacks January 13, 2019
How Does a Virus Scan Protect Your Computer?
How Does a Virus Scan Protect Your Computer?

Your computer is a treasure chest of important files and sensitive data. If a virus infects your computer, your personal information could end up in the wrong hands. At the very least, your photos, downloaded music and movies—even saved emails—could be lost forever.

Mercy Pilkington by Mercy Pilkington January 13, 2019
Here’s What You Need to Know about the Suspicious Email Warning on Gmail
Here’s What You Need to Know about the Suspicious Email Warning on Gmail

Your email gets bombarded every day, but not all of them are safe. In fact, some of them are actively trying to steal your private information. As our email inboxes expand in size, the amount of junk mail and clutter has also increased. The logical answer would be to simply stop using email, that’s not really feasible. Instead, you need to be aware of the major threats out there and how to spot them.

Eric C. by Eric C. January 10, 2019
A Quick Guide to Running a Virus Scan on Your Android Device
A Quick Guide to Running a Virus Scan on Your Android Device

Do you have an antivirus program on your Android device? You likely have one on your computer, but Android devices are just as susceptible to viruses as computers. Hackers are eager to take advantage of the lack of security on your phone, so installing antivirus software on your Android device is important. The hardest part is choosing the right one.

Eric C. by Eric C. January 10, 2019
Can a Virus Scan Run in Sleep Mode?
Can a Virus Scan Run in Sleep Mode?

Your computer is a treasure chest of important files and sensitive data. If a virus infects your computer, your personal information could end up in the wrong hands. At the very least, your photos, downloaded music, and movies, even saved emails could be lost forever.

Mercy Pilkington by Mercy Pilkington January 10, 2019
Interview With Carlos Solari – Comodo
Interview With Carlos Solari – Comodo

Carlos Solari is Vice President of Cybersecurity Services at Comodo. A cybersecurity veteran, Solari’s career has included stints as the CIO for the White House as well as IT positions at the US Army and the FBI. He sat down with SafetyDetective’s Aviva Zacks to discuss Comodo’s founding and the modern cybersecurity challenges the company is helping face down.

Aviva Zacks by Aviva Zacks January 3, 2019