Vidar and GandCrab in a double pack
Malware captures data and destroys system
Have you ever had ransomware on your computer? Or a Trojan who wants to steal your personal information? Well now there are two in a double pack: Vidar and GandCrab. We’ll tell you what damage they do together, and how you can protect yourself.
Technology Fair CES – Part 2
Samsung Smart TVs, Virtual Reality & Gaming Devices
New Samsung smart TVs, new virtual reality goggles, selfie drones and many other technology gadgets were the focus of attention at the CES technology fair in Las Vegas. But what are the most exciting technology trends? We have summarised them for you and will explain what the tops and flops of the CES 2019 were.
CES 2019 – Part 1
Robots, self-driving cars and new technology gadgets
The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES for short, traditionally takes place in Las Vegas at the beginning of January. As usual, there are numerous manufacturers of PCs, Smartphones etc. who have also presented new technology trends at CES 2019. We have summarised the main highlights of the technology fair and can reveal which technology gadgets […]
After Insta hack
How to recover your account
Are you one of the unfortunate people who have had their Instagram account hacked? There is always great panic after an Insta hack. Are you still wondering how to get your account back? We’ll explain what you need to do to restore your account.
CastHack exploits vulnerabilities in the Chromecast stick
Has your Chromecast stick ever played YouTube videos all of a sudden without you asking it to? You may have been the victim of something called CastHack – which is one of the latest Chromecast hacks. We will clarify what exactly this is all about and how you can protect your Chromecast adapter against attacks.
Data transfer to Facebook partners
Facebook partners had access to private messages
2018 was the year of data leaks. Shortly before the end of the year, it became apparent that Facebook partners had access to private messages and data. The reason was because of an extensive data transfer from Facebook. We will clarify what has caused this and who exactly has received user data from Facebook.
Facebook or Instagram shopping
How safe is shopping on social networks?
Online shopping is becoming increasingly popular. Fraudsters are becoming increasingly sophisticated in the search for bargains on the internet. But how safe is Instagram or Facebook shopping? Shopping on social media platforms is becoming more common. We will show you what dangers are lurking.
Google searches 2018
What was the most searched term in 2018?
The Football World Cup, Meghan Markle and Black Panther – at first glance, these don’t have much in common. But upon further investigation, they are the most popular Google searches 2018: As recently published by Google. Find out with us, what Google users were looking for the most often in 2018 and which headlines were […]
Attack on PayPal App
New Android Trojan empties your account
Do you use the PayPal app? Many people do, mainly because PayPal is a popular form of payment for online businesses. But now there is an Android Trojan which attacks the payment service app. Find out with us, how to recognise the Trojan and what it actually does.