The latest release of AVG Internet Security looks and feels eerily similar to Avast, and it comes with several of the same features, including the same secure browser – complete with integrated video downloader – and the same Do Not Disturb feature.
Malware is malicious software or computer programs that are created for the sole purpose to infect computers and cause harm.
BullGuard’s latest Internet Security package looks a lot like the 2018 release. The only difference is that the interface has been stretched to include new buttons for identity protection options and the home network scanner – but you’ll have to pay an extra £20 for these as they’re only included in BullGuard’s Premium Protection suite.
Panda Free Antivirus is one of the simplest antivirus utilities there is. In terms of malware protection, all you get is basic file scanning, a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer, and a USB “vaccination” tool to protect your flash drives against infection.
For many years now, the question of whether Linux users should be running antivirus software or not has been discussed and debated many times.
Cybercrime is an ongoing threat. You might think that the only form of cybercrime to worry about is cybercriminals stealing your financial information.