Category: anti-virus

Now Available: The IronKey Workspace W200

Just last week, IronKey unveiled the Workspace W200, which is the brand’s most affordable Windows to Go USB drive yet. It’s a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Windows To Go device that’s highly secure, easy to use, and features a lightweight but robust design. The W200 is top-notch performance-wise, as it boasts of maximum read speeds of […]

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Acunetix Can Help You Identify Sites that Host Malware

Identifying which sites are infected by malware or are used for phishing attacks shouldn’t be a problem with the Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner v10. If you’re running a website, Acunetix will detect the sites that you shouldn’t be linking to. This is valuable, as linking to compromised websites may affect your site’s SEO. Acunetix utilizes the […]

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IronKey USBs protect against BadUSB malware

Imation has announced its IronKey Secure USB devices are not vulnerable to BadUSB malware, the first USB malware designed to attack the device itself instead of attacking the data on the device. IronKey’s use of digital signatures in all controller firmware, makes its products immune to this new threat, the company said. What is BadUSB […]

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Australian small businesses lag on computer security

While small businesses are taking advantage of the benefits of the internet a new study has found that 30 per cent don’t run a firewall & 16 per cent aren’t running any anti-virus software. You can read more information from the study at news.com.au    

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