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Simple ways to secure your “online” accounts

We wanted to give some of our top tips on how you can easily increase the security, not only for you but maybe even for you own company. By increasing simple security principals or behaviors you can increase the security so much. Tip 1: Password Managers I personally recommend LastPass, which is a service that keep tracks, generate and can change password for you. LastPass can be described in many ways, but I see it as a password bank that you can access at any point in time effortlessly. I also have a bad memory, so when I have to have a lot of different passwords, I tend to forget which password is for which website. So I basically used...

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Secure your computer in 60 min

AD360 / ENABLING IT (5MIN) There are several good products on the IT security market. However, it can easily get complicated when it comes to setting up these different products in order to have it work the best possible way and give the maximum amount of safety for your environment. With the help of Panda's automatic classification of processes where nothing unknown is allowed to run, we can with 100% certainty know that nothing malicious will run and infect our network. That's why we recommend Pandas solution. The difference between Panda Adaptive Defense and Panda Adaptive Defense 360 ​​is that 360 includes antivirus. So in case you already have a traditional antivirus solution, you may still use Panda Adaptive Defense in order...

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A less notorious part of the Stuxnet attack, but oh so funny…

If we say ‘Iranian nuclear facility and malware’, what are you thinking about? Of course, about Stuxnet, like most people would do (if you haven’t seen Zero Days, we highly recommend it). Although Stuxnet is known as notorious to many people, there is a less malicious part that was not covered in Zero Days. For those who haven’t seen Zero Days, Stuxnet was a computer worm which is believed to have been made by the US and the Israeli. This worm was set out to let the fast-spinning centrifuges in the Iranian nuclear facility go into overdrive and tear themselves apart. Yes, full on cyber warfare mega hacker style. F-secures chief research officer, Mikko Hyppönen, had received an email from...

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