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Kaspersky Security Update

Publish On : 16/05/2015

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Protect what you value most- your unique data The first thing you need to do is make sure you are performing regular back-ups of the data you care about. If you have a Mac, Apple’s Time Machine function along with a dedicated external hard-drive will perform these backups for you. Windows, of course, has an automatic backup feature as well. In fact, the smarter among us are working with multiple backups; one you control (like and external hard drive) and one you don’t control (like a trusted cloud storage provider). This way, if something improbably terrible happens, like your computer becomes infected with and/or destroyed by malware that somehow also corrupts the external hard-drive connected to your machine, you have a third, cloud-based recovery option. The other side of the equation is preventing an infection before it happens. There are two ways of doing this: one is to be smart about what you click on and intentionally or inadvertently download on your computer. The pitfall here is that we’re only humans. Humans make mistakes — not to mention cybercriminals aren’t dumb. They make a living off tricking people like us into installing bad things on our computers. So the other way of preventing infection is to let the machines do it for you by installing a trusted security solution. Malware-driven data loss is a serious problem, so run an antivirus solution and back up your machines. 7 tips to stay secured in iCloud The last week was marked by an internet-wide newsbreak: anonymous hackers somehow obtained explicit photos of various Hollywood celebrities, including many A-listers, like Jennifer Lawrence, and publicized this material on the Internet. Such leaks are not new; however, this one was on a massive scale. To avoid such private data leaks via computers, mobile devices or cloud services, Christian Funk, Senior Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab, recommends the following measures: 1. Use strong passwords, unique to each account. 2. Use endpoint security solutions to protect your devices, because every device is a gateway to your cloud storage. 3. Enable and use two-factor authentication services whenever available. 4. Sort out which information should or should not be stored in the cloud. Your most sensitive information should never be trusted to the cloud. 5. It’s easy for a mobile device to be lost or stolen, so make sure the device itself has no sensitive data stored on it. If this is impossible, make sure there is appropriate encryption in place. 6. If you’re about to store highly sensitive information (including photos and videos), double check that your device doesn’t automatically upload data into the cloud. 7. Before sharing your personal data or allowing someone to take a picture of you, make sure that the other device is sufficiently secure to keep your private data safe from inadvertent exposure. Top 10 countries where online resources are seeded with malware The following stats are based on the physical location of the online resources that were used in attacks and blocked by antivirus components (web pages containing redirects to exploits, sites containing exploits and other malware, botnet command centers, etc.). Any unique host might become a source of one or more web attacks. In Q2 2014, Kaspersky Lab solutions blocked 354,453,992 attacks launched from web resources located in various countries around the world. 88.3% of the online resources used to spread malicious programs are located in 10 countries. This is 4.9 percentage points more than in the previous quarter. - See more at: http://techworldbd.com/kaspersky-security-update/#sthash.W9T1yeki.dpuf




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