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Majority of malware attacks preventable, says Microsoft

A new report from Microsoft has concluded that the majority of hacking attacks relies on exploiting known security flaws and is hence preventable.  The six-month-long research was conducted by the Trustworthy Computing group at Microsoft, culminating in Volume 11 of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report that was presented at the

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Norton 360 version 6.0 public beta now available

Norton 360 all-in-one security suite claims to offer an all rounder protection for users and the company has announced the availability of the Norton 360 version 6.0 public beta. You can download the beta from the Norton website, try it out and comment and feedback to the security company. (more…)

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Norton launches Internet Security and AntiVirus 2012

With the rising number of devices and applications for users to enjoy, there is a huge need for digital protection from viruses, malware and cybercrimes. Today, Symantec, the company behind the popular Norton security products, has launched their latest Norton Internet Security 2012 and AntiVirus 2012.  (more…)

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Microsoft quietly releases Safety Scanner for Windows

Microsoft may have won the praise of its users when it launched its lightweight antivirus security tool known as Security Essentials some time back, but it appears that the Redmond giant has got another security-related tool up its sleeves for the consumers. However, unlike Security Essentials, Microsoft's new security software

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Norton 360 Version 5.0 Beta Now Available for Download and Testing

Symantec Corp. today announced availability of the public beta of Norton 360 version 5.0, an award-winning premium all-in-one security suite. Norton 360 beta incorporates the powerful security protection found in Norton Internet Security 2011, including the latest generation of the Norton reputation-based security technology, Norton Insight 2.0. Read on to

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