Now that we’re at the end of the year, you may have noticed that your phone isn’t lasting quite as long as it did when 2016 first began. Avast Software released a new report unveiling the most battery- and storage-draining apps for…
Google Project Zero has posted another security product vulnerability, this time it's Avast where serious flaws were found in its SafeZone browser that left user data like cookies, passwords, and files in danger.
Security researchers at Avast have discovered a vulnerability in Vizio's smart TVs that allowed them to intercept and crack the data on viewing habits of users. Vizio claims it has patched the vulnerabilities, but it's not clear if all TVs…
A talk at this year's RSA claimed mobile malware is overhyped and many security experts are in disagreement over just how dangerous the threat is. Here a number of security experts give their view on mobile malware.
According to security firm Avast Software, factory resetting your Android smartphone doesn't delete all your personal data. The company was able to recover personal data from smartphones purchased on eBay.
The Heartbleed bug is bad and affects a huge portion of all websites -- as much as 66 percent of all sites around the world. Unfortunately, your smartphone isn't safe either. Here's everything you need to know to stay as safe as possible.
Before you send your student off to high school or even the far away world of college, you should consider signing them up for a few key services that will make learning, studying, and having fun a lot easier.