File Corruption and Malware: What You Should Know

File Corruption and Malware: What You Should Know

Have you encountered one or more corrupted files on your computer? If so, your computer may be infected with malware. File corruption is a common symptom of a malware infection. Whether it’s a virus, trojan, ransomware or any other malware, it may corrupt some...
How RAM-Scraping Malware Targets Retail POS Systems

How RAM-Scraping Malware Targets Retail POS Systems

Do you own or operate a retail business? You aren’t alone. Statistics show that there are now over 1 million retail businesses operating in the United States. Assuming your retail business has a brick-and-mortar store, you may want to take precautions to protect...
Why Malware Keeps Coming Back

Why Malware Keeps Coming Back

Have you removed a piece of malware from your computer, only for it to return shortly thereafter? Whether you removed it manually or with the help of antivirus software, it may return. Restarting your computer, for instance, may reveal a new instance of the same...
5 Facts About Bootkit Malware

5 Facts About Bootkit Malware

Malware comes in many different types. When most people think of malware, they envision computer viruses and worms. But there are other types of malware that can infect your devices, including bootkit malware. Bootkit malware is particularly harmful. While it...
Email Best Practices to Avoid a Malware Infection

Email Best Practices to Avoid a Malware Infection

If you use email for work-related purposes, you should take precautions to protect against malware infections. Research shows that over three-fourths of businesses have experienced a ransomware attack via email. Ransomware, of course, is just one type of malware....