Apple’s iPhones and iPads can't be affected by malware in the same way as Windows, but your devices will still be vulnerable to a host of other threats. Whether it's malicious websites, annoying ads, web trackers or just someone grabbing your device when you're not looking, there's plenty to be concerned about.
Fortunately there are lots of big-name antivirus and security vendors that can help. Installing the right app can protect you from both web-based threats and local snoopers, with powerful extras available from cloud backup to VPNs and high-end identity theft protection.
If you’re looking to protect your company PCs from malware then you could just equip each one with your preferred free antivirus package. You’ll get a reasonable level of protection, and it might well seem like you’re keeping costs to a minimum.
Of course you’ll have to manually install each copy. And train every user in its operation. And rely on them to let you know if there are any problems. And hope they won’t turn off particular functions – or remove the whole package if they think it’s getting in their way. The software may be free, but it could still have some major costs attached.
CyberByte has released CyberByte Antivirus 2.1.1, an t update to their antivirus and internet security application for Macs.
The security app provides protection against threats by scanning for and removing viruses, malware, and adware. The utility also scans any local network for all connected devices, allowing users to ensure that n… MacTech News
Google is going through a rough patch this week – and things just got a little worse for the Mountain View company. In its latest monthly software review, independent antivirus testing firm AV-TEST inspected Google’s Play Protect – the Google Play antivirus system put in place to guard your phone from malicious apps – and found it to be significantly less reliable than most third-party alternatives. In fact, the research suggests that, on average, Play Protect performs more than 25 percent worse than competing solutions when it comes … The Next Web
Founded back in 1992, Dr.Web is a Russian developer with a vast range of security products for desktops and mobile devices.
Dr.Web Anti-virus offers real-time malware detection, behavioural monitoring, and a surprising bonus in a bundled firewall. This gets you packet layer filtering, real-time monitoring of applications, and the ability to customise what any application is allowed to do online.
Pricing is, well, complicated. It can be as low as €13 (£11.50, $ 15) for a one PC, one-year licence, if you opt for no technical support. If that's a step too far, the with-support price doubles to €26 (£23, $ 30). Both options offer deep discounting if you … TechRadar – All latest PC & Mac reviews
It may be best known for its free antivirus, but Prague-based Avast is a cyber-security giant which reports 400 million users and claims to have 40% of the security software market outside of China. In 2016, it acquired AVG, and Avast products now combine the best of both technologies.
Avast Pro Antivirus is a very powerful product which comes stuffed with essential features. There's real-time virus protection, URL filtering, a password manager, browser clean-up module, wireless network checker, and a secure browser for your online banking and shopping.
It may not make as many headlines as some of the competition, but Trend Micro is a security giant, its wide range of enterprise, virtual, business and consumer products bringing in an annual revenue of $ 1.1 billion (around £870 million).
The home product range starts with Trend Micro Antivirus+ Security, a simple package which focuses on the fundamentals, yet still manages to deliver more than you might expect.
There's real-time antivirus protection and blocking of malicious URLs, of course. Social Networking Protection highlights dangerous links at Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Weibo and more. A Folder Shield feature offers extra ransomware protec… TechRadar – All latest PC & Mac reviews
German security vendor Avira is probably best known for its highly-rated free antivirus, but the company also makes a wide range of commercial products for both home and business users.
Avira Antivirus Pro takes the accurate engine of the free product and extends it with real-time blocking of phishing and infected websites, and an extra layer to protect your online shopping and banking transactions.
Unusual bonus features include the ability to control which devices can connect to your USB ports, as well as scan them. Although the product doesn't have a firewall of its own, it can help you manage and control the Windows firewall. There's also a ‘PUA Shield… TechRadar – All latest PC & Mac reviews
With Windows 10, the users are granted the hassle-free operation of using the antivirus software. Unlike Windows 7, they do not have to download and install the antivirus software online. Windows 10 already comes installed with excellent apps: Windows … Read more on technobezz.com