I recently found out that CM Security decided to take the easy way out and copy a lot of 360 Security Center's work. What do you guys this of this? This was extremely obvious and upsetting. Go ahead and take a look at 360 Security Center's page and CM Security. Unbelievable!
At the moment I have ESET installed on my windows and no security on Linux. Does anyone know of any free security for Linux or Windows that:
A) Automatic virus updates
B) Antivirus, and
C) Checks each file you open and is constantly running
Canonical published details in a security notice about an NSS vulnerability in its Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. According to the company, several security issues have been fixed in NSS. A number of security problems have been discovered in NSS.
Next week, security professionals and hackers will descend on Las Vegas for the Black Hat security conference and Def Con 21. Security vendors and news organizations often talk about precautions and offer security advice this time of year, but Chris Hadnagy, from Social-Engineer Inc., has some additional thoughts, which focus on the human side of security.
While Windows has more security problem than a barn dog has fleas, Linux isn't immune to having its own security holes. Recently, two significant bugs were found, and then smashed. To make sure you don't get bit, you should patch your Linux system sooner rather than later.More Here ...
A number of highly regarded security experts, including F-Secure chief security researcher Mikko Hypponen, have bowed out of the upcoming RSA 2014 security conference, ostensibly to protest the vendor’s recently uncovered $10 million 2006 deal with the National Security Agency (NSA) to embed faulty code into its BSafe security products.