Posts Tagged 'computer security'

Have you made your list of New Year’s resolutions yet? It appears that Google has, and helping make the Internet a safer place is one of them. The company has announced that in 2015, they intend to take a more proactive approach to informing Chrome users that websites beginning with ‘HTTP’ do not securely store […]

We often observe applications bundled with ad-displaying programs to generate revenue for those products. These are not necessarily unethical, but some of them try to make easy money by deceiving users. McAfee categorizes such apps as potentially unwanted program (PUPs). Here’s a look at a recently discovered Russian-based campaign that is very well organized. We […]

Hey guys! I’m Bradi and this is the Scan. It’s bah humbug time because these are some of the top holiday scams of the year! Woo-hoo! Don’t Get Scrooged Ten out of ten hackers agree that it’s better to give malware than receive it this holiday season, and the cyber grinches are out in full […]

McAfee Labs provides important information about threats in a variety of ways, from our McAfee Global Threat Intelligence service that feeds into many of our products, to published Threat Reports, our online Threat Center, and many active bloggers. Although it is useful for security professionals to know about the latest threats, one question that I […]

In September, we invited readers of the McAfee Labs Threats Report to complete a short survey and let us know what they think about the report. Here’s what we learned. Readers are most interested in learning about the most significant threats and how to defend against them. Most also want to know what threats are […]