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42% of manufacturers in the UK endured a cyber incident in the last 12 months
According to data presented by Atlas VPN, 42% of manufacturers in the UK have been victims of cybercrime within the past year.
What is Predator spyware? Threat to mobile devices
Predator spyware is a smartphone surveillance threat sold commercially and targeting high-value targets. It is an iOS and Android malware…
Independent audit verifies the security of our Windows app
As a cybersecurity company, we put our users’ online safety and privacy first. So we not only periodically test our software internally but also invite independent security experts to assess our service.
Discord privacy and security problems and settings
Discord privacy and security issues begin with data management, account protection, and the dangers of real-time chats. Many believe the…
Netflix cheat codes for unlocking hidden categories
Netflix cheat codes help unlock hidden or highly specific categories for films and TV shows. They work as shortcuts for users who know…
Over 95% of all new malware threats discovered in 2022 are aimed at Windows
Windows is the most popular operating system among desktop and laptop users. It occupies around 30% of the OS market share worldwide. This may be one of the reasons why it is also the most targeted by malware.
How a deauthentication attack works
A deauth or deauthentication attack disrupts connections between users and Wi-Fi access points. The attackers force devices to lose access…
Steam account hacked? Steps to recover and protect it
Having your Steam account hacked means unauthorized access to your game library and even bank information. Criminals quickly replace email…
Over 90% of online trackers are from Google, Facebook, and Microsoft
Online data trackers on websites are used to follow your browsing habits, IP address, and personal information. According to the data presented by the Atlas VPN team, 93.7% of online trackers are from Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. Beyond trackers, other web privacy threats, such as session replay and fingerprinting, are also present.