Category Archives: Windows

Hacked Webcams: 5 Tip How to Protect Yourself from Spying

“…First thing’s first. If your webcam indicator light is on even though you haven’t turned on the webcam by yourself, it’s a sign that something might not be right…”

https://nordvpn.com/blog/tell-if-laptop-camera-hacked/?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=security_month

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Microsoft Warns Windows 10 Has A Serious Problem

“…Microsoft has just warned all Windows 10 users that its latest upgrade may permanently delete their personal data…”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2018/10/06/microsoft-windows-10-update-lost-data-upgrade-windows-7-windows-xp-free-upgrade/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=18-10-09%2BOODI%2FOODR%2BWindows%2B10%2BUpgrade%2B1809%2BDE%2BPLUS%2BEN#3505f2b06fa4

How is cross-platform malware carried in Word docs?

Have you ever thought you have a Mac and can’t get malware from a Windows file, like a Word document, or vice versa?

According to an article by Nick Lewis, Researchers at Fortinet Inc. recently discovered a sample of cross-platform malware, a type of malware designed to infect either Windows systems or macOS systems depending on which operating system the victim is using. The malware is being spread through Microsoft Word documents. How does cross-platform malware execute on different operating systems?

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