Trend Micro April 2014
Trend Micro Trendsetter Consumer Newsletter - Learn More about the Heartbleed Vulnerability
Blog: Don't Get Heartburn over the Heartbleed Vulnerability GET THE FACTS
Don't Get Heartburn over the Heartbleed Vulnerability
The Heartbleed vulnerability is a problem that affects SSL—the technology that helps protect your information on the Internet. You use SSL when you shop online or enter sensitive information on a site that has a "lock" icon that tells you your information should be protected.
Get the answers to FAQs >>
Blog: Windows XP and End of Support - See It Say It INTERNET HEALTH RISK
Microsoft Ends Support of Windows XP
Old operating systems that are no longer supported are a BIG threat. After April 8, 2014, running Microsoft Windows XP is a public health risk to the Internet. Because so many people are still using Windows XP everyone could be at risk.
Learn why >> | Read the white paper >>
Blog: Malware that Went Straight for Victims' Money ATTACKING END USERS
Malware that Went Straight for Victims' Money
Rik Ferguson says cybercriminals are still following the money and they care very little whether they get to it through a targeted attack on a business or a more widespread spam campaign, seeding financial malware wherever they find fertile soil.
Read Rik's blog >>
Blog: Mobile Malware and High Risk Apps Reach 2M Mark SECURITY INTELLIGENCE
Mobile Malware and High Risk Apps Reach 2M Mark
Just six months after mobile malware and high risk apps reached the one million mark, we have learned that that number has now doubled. With mobile threats reaching 2 million, it's important that users take the time to secure their devices.
Read the blog >>
Video: Mobile Banking and the Risks CTO INSIGHTS
Mobile Banking and the Risks
There is no doubt that mobile banking is going to become very significant in 2014, if it isn't already. So there is no doubt that mobile banking is a big part of the banking landscape—which means, of course, that it is bound to become a big part of the threat landscape as well.
Watch the video >>
Customer Reviews for Trend Micro Titanium™ Internet Security
Overall rating: 4.7 of 5 Stars
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In the News
Android Apps Found to Include Malware for Digital Currencies Mining >>
How Ditching Windows XP Will Make the Whole Internet Safer >>
Rogue Apps Could Exploit Android Vulnerability to Render Devices Unusable >>
At Feds' Request, GoGo In-flight Wi-Fi Service Added More Spying Capabilities >>
MS Office Files Used to Spread Malware >>
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