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What does the transition to Apple silicon mean for Mac security?

The MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini unveiled in November 2020 represented a major shift for Apple. Powered by the company’s M1 system on a chip (SoC), the new devices have marked the beginning of a two-year transition process from Intel-based architecture to Apple’s own processors, known as Apple silicon. Just a few months later, the first malware capable of running natively on M1

The official COVID contact tracing apps that have been developed worldwide have the same aim: to alert people if they have come into contact with the disease and need to isolate to stop its spread. They mostly function under the same principle too. They count on users to voluntarily download and install an app on their smartphones.

Cybersecurity threats in 2020: Insights from Avira’s Malware Threat Report

Avira’s Malware Threat Report for the first quarter of 2020 revealed an increase in phishing and spam campaigns, as well as Emotet-related attacks. Cybercriminals took advantage of the troubled global situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to spread malware in the form of trojans, worms, and file infectors. Cybersecurity threats in 2020 increased significantly as

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Finding out that a company you’ve done business with has been hacked can be unnerving to say the least. Unfortunately, dozens of companies, including LinkedIn, Target, Uber, Bank of America, and Home Depot have experienced data breaches in the past few years. A quick internet search brings up countless questions, concerns, and complaints about data