1. oldschool

    Google Google plans to drop Chrome support for tracking cookies by 2022

    The ad company wants to protect its revenue model and user privacy at the same time. DAN GOODIN - Yesterday at undefined Feeling the pressure from competing browser developers, Google on Tuesday laid out a plan to drop Chrome support of tracking cookies within two years. FURTHER READING Google...
  2. SFox

    Discuss IP address and pc security

    Hello! Recently, the topic of privacy on the Internet has been increasingly raised. The ubiquitous advice to all users is the use of a VPN, both on public networks and at home. Especially paranoid comrades even recommend using this scheme: first, your traffic comes through VPN No. 1, then leaves...
  3. DDE_Server

    Discuss New open source tool helps prevent brute force and ransomware attacks

    Any one tried the below tool i hope one of our community test it soon :) :) 3 Comments Ransomware attacks are a major problem and they often gain access to systems via brute-force attacks against open and exposed remote access points such as Remote Desktop Protocol. Cloud-native virtual...
  4. W

    Hello Everyone!!!

    I'm Winn. I'm working as an IT support specialist. I am in the IT industry for about 7 years. I am currently working on MDM and Security of the Devices projects. Thank you Admin Team and everyone!
  5. oldschool

    Discuss Is tracking protection really useful?

    I just read this article, poached from Wilders: Browser Fingerprinting: An Introduction and the Challenges Ahead | Tor Blog . So I started to re-think this subject after recently testing different forms of tracking protection. The most interesting point raised by the author is that it may be...
  6. Oten

    SECURE: Complete Oten's Security Config 2019

    Hope this is secure enough? I'm quite happy with my current config at the moment but If there is any better free alternative AV than what i'm currently using feel free to suggest it. Especially about tweaking setting and config as I don't understand much.
  7. AtlBo

    SECURE: Complete AtlBo's HP 8460p Laptop Security Config 2019

    I feel fairly confident with Kaspersky Security Cloud at the center of things, especially with NVT OSArmor underneath. It's a laptop, but I don't feel at this point a firewall is in order. I did have Comodo FW on the PC before Kaspersky, but Kaspersky didn't like Comodo and vice versa. I...
  8. Andrew3000

    Discuss IT threat evolution Q2 2019. Statistics by Securelist

    These statistics are based on detection verdicts of Kaspersky products received from users who consented to provide statistical data. According to Kaspersky Security Network, Kaspersky solutions blocked 717,057,912 attacks launched from online resources in 203 countries across the globe...
  9. Syafiq

    Android Syafiq's Redmi 3

    Yeah, my old phone... Redmi 3 still works well despite its age. No security update from xiaomi anymore (it's on Android 5.1), so i chose to install pixel experience rom for a more secure Android version, any suggestions would be valuable to me ;)
  10. H

    Security Alert Trump administration considering banning end-to-end encryption

    The Trump administration is considering the possibility of banning end-to-end encryption, as used by services like Apple’s Messages and FaceTime, as well as competing platforms like WhatsApp and Signal.
  11. Andrew3000

    User Feedback Symantec Endpoint Security Protection review for home use! - Andrew3000 personal feedback - standard unmanaged client

    Disclaimer: The review is based on the tests I conducted, the mindset used to conduct the tests is for home protection and not for a company. I hope I’ve been helpful, I'm open to suggestions.
  12. Andrew3000

    SECURE: Complete Andrew3000's Security Config 2019

    Also using: Comodo Cleaning Essentials Process Explorer Autoruns GetSusp (From McAfee) MBR Filter (From Cisco) SysHardener ShadowDefender
  13. S

    Google New 2-step Verification for G-Suite accounts

    We’re updating how 2-Step Verification works for G Suite. Read more: New 2-Step Verification options for G Suite accounts
  14. SeriousHoax

    Discuss Stupid default settings of some Antiviruses

    The issue is anti-viruses like AVG, Avast, Emsisoft, Eset, Mcafee don’t scan files when I enter into a folder. What I mean is, if in a folder there are few malwares with .exe extensions or else and I enter into the folder, the anti-viruses that I mentioned above don’t detect and remove them...
  15. R

    Help Me Decide Best free VPN for a friend (on Android)?

    My friend, who is a poor student, so paid VPN is not an option, and asked what is the most secure free VPN on an Android? He is especially concerned after reading articles like this: https://www.theverge.com/2017/1/31/14436874/free-android-vpn-risk-insecure-data-malware-study...
  16. Felipe Oliveira

    SECURE: Complete Felipe Oliveira's Security Config 2019

    Thanks! Any suggestions are welcome :D
  17. dJim

    SECURE: Complete dJim Security Config 2019

    A update with no problems and ligth.