There is much debate about Linux antivirus. Opponents of it state that its heritage as a networked, multi-user operating system protects it. The reality is that there’s simply no reason to not install antivirus on your Linux desktop other than hubris.
You may have malware on your computer, but is it a Trojan or a worm? Do you have to deal with a keylogger or a rootkit? This guide will explain how to tell the difference between spyware, adware, and ransomware and how to get rid of all of them.
Most of the top VPN applications can leak data during day-to-day use despite claims to the contrary. Comparitech has leveraged a new suite of tools designed to test the “leakiness” of VPNs and their accompanying apps. Our results show the vast majority of VPNs leak DNS, IP, and WebRTC traffic, even if they claim to […]