AVG updates free LinkScanner tool to scan the shortened URLs that are popular on sites like Twitter, then block any attempts to direct users to malicious Web pages.
With the Aussie dollar so strong it's been a good time for a while now to go shopping on the net. However, shopping online can be a hazardous business. Here are some tips to playing it safe.
AVG breaks out its LinkScanner software from its free suite to offer a free standalone product for real-time Web page scanning.
In the wake of Flashback, everybody's asking if Macs are still safe. Here are six easy tips on how to be your own gatekeeper.
Is that link on your Facebook wall truly the funniest thing ever, or is it a nefarious attempt to hook you with a phishing attack? Here's some tips on how to check out the deluge of links that swamp you daily, for both phone and desktop.
Here is basic information for how to figure out if your computer might be infected and what to do if you think it is.
AVG CEO J.R. Smith talks to CNET about the current malware landscape, how AVG is responding to it, and the challenge in getting the average person to keep themselves protected against the latest threats.
VeriSign to check customer sites for malware and add security seals to some search results.
Researchers say vendor should issue a patch for the flaw in Java Web Start before more attacks come.
Here's what is known and what is not known about the China-related attacks on Google and the other Silicon Valley companies.